Re: AAT Theory
Thomas Clarke (email@example.com)
26 Sep 1995 20:49:16 GMT
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org> chris brochu
> Y'all are in my territory now.
> 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
> land predators.
I have always envisioned the "aquatic ape" living on the seashore.
Not on lakes or rivers. Probably subsconsciously I realized the
This raises the question: do crocodiles etc frequent the sea
shore? Are they able to cope with the energetic wave environment