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Re: Dinosaur smell



Probably they and their mates groomed each other's faces.

Actually, most predators don't really have smelly breath. I guess raw meat doesn't stick to the teeth, or something. I've never seen dogs and cats have that problem unless they had tartar buildup.

Yours,
Dora Smith
Austin, TX
tiggernut24@yahoo.com

----- Original Message ----- From: "Andrew Simpson" <deathspresso@yahoo.com>
To: <soylentgreenistrex@yahoo.com>; <dinosaur@usc.edu>
Sent: Saturday, October 17, 2009 7:25 PM
Subject: Re: Dinosaur smell


It had never occurred to me before but perhaps T-Rex kept his mouth meticulously clean as not to hinder his super powered snout?

A Powerful and agile tongue and or little helper cleaners, (little pterosaurs perhaps), might have accomplished such a task.