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Re: FW: The ground-nowhere hypothesis on the origin of bird flight (joke)
Dann Pigdon <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I've seen lots of leopard hunting footage over the years,
> but I've never seen a leopard leap onto
> prey from above.
I'm sure there are other examples, but the only mammal I can think of that
leaps out trees to attack prey on the ground is the drop-bear of Australia.
British and Japanese tourists are its preferred prey.