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Re: More on the baby Triceratops

On Thu, Mar 09, 2006 at 11:37:59AM -0500, Nick Pharris scripsit:
> Quoting "Andrew A. Farke" <andyfarke@hotmail.com>:
> >And, the taphonomic histories of the various ceratopsian bonebeds
> >aren't necessarily comparable
> Nor, of course, are the life histories of the various ceratopsian species...

Well, no, but right now, the least hypothesis is that there's a gap
between hatching and herding.

More information might change that, or it might move the 'herd joining
size' around for a particular genus, but it isn't at all obvious that
there's a _reason_ for continuous parental care in ceratopsians.