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Re: Radical but plausible theropod hunting strategy: TREEOSAUR.COM

...is this for real?

On Sat, Jul 10, 2010 at 11:09 AM, Patrick Boyle <pboyle12@me.com> wrote:
> Treeosaur Theory ... www.treeosaur.com
> Throughout the world there are hundreds of different hunting strategies used
> by humans. Each has its own unique style and technique: an Amazonian Indian
> following a troop of monkeys, an Alaskan Eskimo waiting motionless by a seal
> breathe hole, an African San Bushman running down and exhausting Kudu.
> I am a North American hunter who uses a handful of hunting strategies to
> outsmart my quarry. I specialize in one particular hunting strategy which is
> currently used by millions of North American hunters. The vast majority of
> game animals I have taken have been with this extremely effective hunting
> strategy.
> I believe the biomechanics and senses of many theropod dinosaur species
> allowed them to use this exact same hunting strategy. In fact, I believe a
> major reason for certain theropods’ predatory success over the eons was
> because they specialized in this hunting strategy. For more information,
> please visit my website: www.treeosaur.com
> Respectfully,
> Patrick Boyle
> North American Hunter