Chewing versus sex in the duck-billed dinosaurs

20:00 EDT 1 May 2019 | AAAS

(University of Bristol) The duck-billed hadrosaurs walked the Earth over 90-million years ago and were one of the most successful groups of dinosaurs. But why were these 2-3 tonne giants so successful? A new study, published in Paleobiology, shows that their special adaptations in teeth and jaws and in their head crests were crucial, and provides new insights into how these innovations evolved.

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