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Re: omnivorous theropods
>From: Chris Nedin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Tom Holtz wrote:
> >Other potentially omnivorous theropods include oviraptorosaurs,
> >ornithomimosaurs, and Avimimus.
> Interesting. How did they get around the problem that meat-eating teeth are
> not good for processing vegetable matter and vice versa?
Easily - the same way birds did: they lost their teeth.
Except for the segnosaurs, the potentially omnivorous theropods
are all *toothless*, or nearly so (like two teeth).
The peace of God be with you.