July 12, 2013

Herbivorous Dinosaurs from Alberta. By Julius Csotonyi

"About 75 million years ago, shows niche partitioning at work. It is likely that dietary differences between each species allowed the habitat to support such a diverse population of herbivores." Read more at Species New to Science

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