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Re: Dromeo Danger

Heh. I live in a place that has coyotes aplenty. I
hear them several times a week, and can find fresh
scat w/in 100m of the house easily. Unless I work at
it, I see ZERO coyotes. On the other hand, I get
attacked by mockingbirds pretty regular, in season.

Another point; sharks don't necessarily packhunt, but
they do tend to gather at the site of a ruckus.

BTW -- Sharks are the best extant velociraptor
'tooth-analogue' I know of. Are there any other


--- Andrew Simpson <deathspresso@yahoo.com> wrote:

> I'm not saying a wee Velociraptor would attack a
> full
> grown human or that we couldn't take one down if
> needed I'm saying they're a hell of a lot more
> dangerous that a coyote. 
> If a V Raptor was coming near me I would go into
> threat display immediatly and let it know in no
> uncertain terms that I am not to be messed with
>  and that this dead Protoceratops I just killed is
> MINE. 
> --- Dustin Mendus <mendus.dustin@gmail.com> wrote:
> > While I would not at all desire to be attacked by
> a
> > velociraptor, but,
> > looking at a lone velociraptor as a thread to a
> > human adult (Average
> > human male 6'0, decent shape. 20's) seems a little
> > over exaggerated in
> > my opinion. Killing one for the sake of food would
> > be a waste of food
> > if the animal lived alone, and the size would
> > certainly turn off a
> > velociraptor a bit. Unless we're talking about a
> > pair. or a pack. In
> > defense? Sure, But just for a snack? That doesn't
> > make sense to me.
> > Lone lions don't go after elephants, nor would I
> > expect a lone
> > velociraptor to attack such a big prey item.
> > 
> > Just my two cents, there.
> > 
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