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Re: Croc skeleton?


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Posted by meretseger on April 11, 2003 at 10:59:55:

In Reply to: Re: Croc skeleton? posted by Ravenspirit on April 11, 2003 at 08:57:27:

I'm sure they were at least a partial scavenger too... I mean who isn't? Thinking about binocular vision... monitor lizards don't have it, and neither did the exinct predatory bird Titanis (if memory serves). I always hear palentologists bring it up, though, I guess because Allosaurus and the like didn't have the pinched in snout of T. rex.
I don't think sauropods were on the menu either (what sauropods?) but I think the hadrosaur on that TV show was pretty good proof, given that T. rex was the only large predator in the ecosystem.


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