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Dinosaurs and the reflection of their feeding in the teeth

Dinosaurs and the reflection of their feeding in the teethAlthough they became extinct 66 million years ago, dinosaurs remain a topical issue. Recently, two researchers at the Canadian University of Calgary have shown that the shape of the teeth is proof that each species of herbivorous dinosaur had preferences menu. Did all the people we like spaghetti?

 

The research is based on that depending on the type of diet that dinosaurs followed, its teeth would develop in one way or another. And in the same direction, the fact that species had a different kind of teeth would facilitate eating one or the other type of food. This is just a small introduction to a subject on which these researchers have written extensively. If you want to know more about this interesting discovery we encourage you to go through the web where they have written.

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