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Re: taxonomy is not stratigraphy (was Re: JVP 25(2): New Dinos, Birds, Discoveries)
On Fri, 15 Jul 2005, Jaime A. Headden wrote:
> In the Serengeti, lions will not take on a water buffalo unless its
> stuck in mud, or sick. Smaller (read: weaker) and seldom full size and
> full-health animals fall to either lion or wolf, because even in numbers, the
> mass of the animal is prohibitive and not conducive to continuing-health.
I came across the following
which is from
"They are especially adept at catching buffalo which are an important
prey species throughout the lion's range."
- Acro Tracks
- From: Andrew Simpson <firstname.lastname@example.org>