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9 thoughts on “I can haz crocoburger?”
Compared to mammals, reptiles have small lungs and circulatory systems and much less aerobic capacity. A determined mammal that can avoid being bitten may be able to tire out and subdue a large reptilian predator. I once saw a similar though less dramatic struggle between a raccoon and an iguana. The iguana was quite large as compared to the raccoon, and kept escaping the raccoon’s clutches. But every time the iguana got away he was weaker than before, and the raccoon was eventually able to subdue him.
What a crock!
I wonder if croc tastes the same as alligator.
I think this is a result of one cheetah daring another.
Not to be too nit-picky, Shannon, but that’s a leopard. A cheetah is probably far too frail to do that.
Mammals rule, yeah!
My, my, my.
Seconding Lex. “We kicked your great^20,000,000-grandfather’s ass in 65 million BP — wait ’till you see what we do to you.”
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