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Re: MORE ON SAUROPOD FEEDING HIGH & LOW
>Although aquatic plants are soft, feeding on them stirs ups large amounts of
>bottom grit that will leave their micro-traces on teeth.
This is probably so, but might be less marked for unrooted floating plants
such as water ferns (if any such existed back then). Anyway, has anyone
looked for such micro-traces? Are they known for any modern animal?
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