This dinosaur species was constantly replacing its own teeth


dinosaur news

It’s been millions of years since dinosaurs walked the Earth,
but they left plenty of remains behind for us to find.
Paleontologists can learn a lot about what dinosaurs looked like
and even their respective places on the food chain based on their
bones, but figuring out how the bodies of these ancient beasts
functioned is a great deal more difficult.

A new research paper published in
PLOS One
explains how scientists studying one particular
species of dinosaur discovered something incredible about its
teeth. The carnivorous Majunasaurus loved meat and bones so much
that it evolved the ability to replace its teeth at a staggering
pace.


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This dinosaur species was constantly replacing its own teeth

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This dinosaur species was constantly replacing its own teeth