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Risky Business? Measuring Alligator Bite Force

Risky Business? Measuring Alligator Bite Force
Science News by NewsLook

Scientists in Gosford near Sydney have taken the bull by the horns – or in this case, the alligator by the snout – in an effort to learn about the bite force and probable dining habits of prehistoric animals.

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12:53PM PDT on Jul 6, 2012

thanks for posting

5:35PM PST on Feb 29, 2012

Yikes!! I'm glad I'm not there!!

12:09PM PST on Feb 7, 2012

Interesting ~

7:43AM PST on Feb 7, 2012

They're smiling for a reason you know. Like the man said, count your fingers lol.

11:30PM PST on Feb 6, 2012

Seems a rather pointless exercise.

11:17PM PST on Feb 6, 2012

This about the most stupidest thing someone could do

1:14PM PST on Feb 6, 2012

count your fingers!

7:24AM PST on Feb 6, 2012

Crocs are such interesting creatures and I must say the babies are pretty cute, but I don't think I'd care to conduct that research myself.

6:40AM PST on Feb 5, 2012

Jane B. i agree with you... Thank you.

5:28AM PST on Feb 5, 2012

Thanks for the article.

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