The secret to how different dinosaur species lived alongside one another in prehistoric ecosystems could be hidden within differences in diet based on their structural features and teeth arrangement, a research shows.
A new study has tried to explain as to how dinosaurs grew so large.
Researchers have discovered the eating habits of a giant, herbivorous sauropod dinosaur from the Jurassic period using a three-dimensional model of the animal’s skull.
The Diplodocus is a sauropod from the Jurassic Period and one of the longest animals to have lived on Earth.
Diplodocus went through drastic changes in skull shape during normal growth.
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