Dinosaurs Rediscovered: New Findings which are Revolutionizing Dinosaur Science
From dinosaurs smaller than chickens to the biggest beasts ever to walk the Earth, here is the exciting story of recent discoveries about dinosaurs and the scientists who made them. Informal and informative.--The Boston Globe. Lessem wrote and hosted a recent Nova series on dinosaurs. Photos and drawings.
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In all, as many as 1,200 teeth crowded one hadrosaur mouth. Clearly these teeth
were made for grinding. The plants duckbills devoured — weedy plants, shrubs,
and needles and branches of conifers — were, for the most part, low-growing.
"The hadrosaur is one of the last of the hadrosaurs, and it is the most primitive,"
says Weishampel. Why? Diminished body size is common on islands. The
founding population might have been of small dinosaurs, the limited resources ...
"Taxonomic Implications of Relative Growth in Lambeosau- rine Hadrosaurs."
Systematic Zoology 24 (1975). . "Avaceratops lammersi: A New Ceratopsid from
the Judith River Formation of Montana." Proceedings of the Academy of Natural ...
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