Well Notototodarus do munch the lot! But then I think they're a lot more predatory in general than Archi My worth!.... but giant squid eating each other ..... we do mention cannibalism, but we don't go anywhere near 'eating each other', as in pointy- to branching ends. Sigh. What have we started?
This is a point that is often raised when I start thumping my fist down on tables. Is it really necessary to know exactly how many, or a ballpark figure of how many there are before concern is raised about a species welfare?Bald Evil said:I was under the impression that we had to at least have a vague idea of how many of something there were before they could be considered endangered!
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