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Shoveljaw; One of the last of the whales!
Topic Started: Jul 31 2011, 10:45 AM (938 Views)
Zorcuspine
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You never cease to suprise me blue hedgehog

BananaBoyL337
Aug 6 2011, 11:26 AM
Cephylus
Aug 6 2011, 12:20 AM
But remember, all cetaceans were supposed to have gone extinct in this project.
The bottlenose dolphin is a generalist, intelligent and has a worldwide distribution. It will get through the Holocene just fine.

Also the Shoveljaw is around the same size as my ancestor, maybe a few inches smaller.
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Cephylus
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I personally think this is a plausible concept as well, it's just that bottlenose dolphins are pretty specialized fast-swimming intelligent cooperative predators. I doubt they'll evolve into bottom feeders. Porpoises, on the other hand.....
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Zorcuspine
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You never cease to suprise me blue hedgehog

Cephylus
Aug 10 2011, 09:49 AM
I personally think this is a plausible concept as well, it's just that bottlenose dolphins are pretty specialized fast-swimming intelligent cooperative predators. I doubt they'll evolve into bottom feeders. Porpoises, on the other hand.....
They already do that wierd rubbing thing in the sand to get animals buried their. Why not specialize in that niche?
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