Re: AAT Theory
22 Sep 1995 19:34:34 GMT
chris brochu (firstname.lastname@example.org) sez:
`True enough, the feeding rate for crocodylians can be lower than for
`mammals. But, they occur in higher densities than other predators, which
`more than compensates.
`Crocodylians aren't necessarily better predators than mammalian
`carnivores, but they're no worse, and given the population densities of
`crocodylians, no one would be helped by jumping in the water to avoid
So are you saying that they aren't territorial at all, and will
concentrate to the extent that the food supply allows?
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