Duck-bill dinosaurs had plant-pulverizing teeth more advanced than horses

Thursday, October 4, 2012 - 14:00 in Paleontology & Archaeology

A team of paleontologists and engineers has found that duck-billed dinosaurs had an amazing capacity to chew tough and abrasive plants with grinding teeth more complex than those of cows, horses, and other well-known modern grazers. Their study is the first to recover material properties from fossilized teeth.

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