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  • If Cynognathus is dog-like then can you name a synapsid that is cat-like and has a niche like a domestic cat

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    • Probably, yes. I think the gorgonopsids might have already filled that role, though.

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    • specifically a lycanops, despite its name probably behaved more like a cat, climbing up trees and stalking prey alot like a wildcat, the domestic cat ancestor

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    • Inostrancevia would have behaved more like a large aggresive lone wolf, stalking prey like the armored ScutosaurusĀ 

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    • Ccartyhenry7 wrote:
      If Cynognathus is dog-like then can you name a synapsid that is cat-like and has a niche like a domestic cat

      Maybe it hunted in packs/social groups?

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    • Inostrancevia would have hunted alone, however, t could have occaisonaly gathered around a water hole to drink with few other Inostrancevia's. Proto-Mammals sure are mysterious

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    • @Davidbowie69 I mean if their behaviore was anything akin to modern mamals today, it could be an indication for possible social behaviore

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    • The dragnor wrote:
      @Davidbowie69 I mean if their behaviore was anything akin to modern mamals today, it could be an indication for possible social behaviore
      Think of a male Grizzly Bear, It gathers around a lake for salmon season with other Grizzlies, but the male Grizzly bear however lives alone, a solitary mammal. Also, it feels like IĀ have found my dream wiki where I can happily unload all my dino knowledge uwu
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    • @Davidbowie69 But to Ursidae are a very developed species of mammals, proto-mamal behaviore would be, well likely - the species've advanced, more akin to semi-social rodent species

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