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Re: new paper
Sam Barnett writes:
> > > Hmm, have this horrible feeling all my illustrations just
> > > became inaccurate...
> > Well, as I understand it (not having read it yet), the paper's
> > not discounting group hunting at all, but casting doubt on the
> > idea of organized pack hunting. Unless your illustrations somehow
> > specifically depict organized hunting vs. mobbing, there may not
> > be too much of a problem.
> Ah, that is a relief - most can be reinterpreted as mobbing, though
> there is one which indicates organised feeding behaviour complete
> with sentry. I don't mind if this one gets more speculative and
> less likely :).
On Darren Naish's blog, a subthread of comments has recently been
lamenting the lack of good restorations of aetosaurs. While that's
true, of course the biggest gap in the palaeoart market is that no-one
has ever, ever produced a drawing of _Tenontosaurus_ Not Being
Attacked By _Deinonychus_ Pack. For a moment, them, I thought the
current had shifted and we might get the occasional TNBABDP picture,
but no ...
etc., etc., etc. ...
/o ) \/ Mike Taylor <firstname.lastname@example.org> http://www.miketaylor.org.uk
)_v__/\ "There is an element of truth in any idea that lasts long enough
to be called corny" -- Irving Berlin.