Re: lions, chimps and sticks

Rich Travsky (rtravsky@UWYO.EDU)
6 Oct 95 13:48:23 MDT (H. M. Hubey) writes:
>Alex Duncan <> writes:
>>you WOULD attack a group of large-bodied primates wielding sticks, rocks,
>>etc., who were simultaneously screaming, jumping up and down, and
>>threatening you with their weapons?
>I don't think chimpanzees would survive even hynas, or maybe even
>wild dogs let alone lions.
>Would you stand in front of a pack of hungry hyenas (or even a large
>pack of dogs) let alone lions and wave sticks?
>It's difficult for humans to even scare off cheetahs.
Chimps are stronger than humans and have bigger teeth. I do not think
it would be the mismatch you suggest.

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