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Dinovember 30 2016

corythosaurus

Corythosaurus: a genus of hadrosaur. Generally you have to deduce what an extinct animal ate by it’s anatomy… However we have a specimen that was preserved with it’s last meal still in it’s belly: pine needles, seeds, twigs and fruit. Thinking of how tough pine needles and twigs would be to digest I bet these dinosaurs had quite the digestion tract.

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