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Did Plant-Eating Dinosaurs Really Only Eat Plants?

image credit Ask a non-biologist about the differences between an herbivore and a carnivore, and they'll tell you that it's written like destiny in an animal's bones. Carnivores have sharp fangs and claws; herbivores blunt teeth and hooves or pads.But an ankylosaur fossil with fish in its belly provides ancient evidence that herbivore diets are more flexible than they're assumed to be.
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