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Re: Theropod eating and attacking

Pardon me for butting in, but aren't lots of plants quite calcium rich?  I
seem to remember wondering where vegetarians were supposed to get their
calcium and being told that spinach etc. were loaded with it.  

> From: NJPharris@aol.com
> To: dinosaur@usc.edu
> Subject: Re: Theropod eating and attacking
> Date: Friday, August 29, 1997 12:31 AM
> In a message dated 97-08-28 10:04:31 EDT, zenlizard@juno.com (Sam j
> writes:
> > We can
> >  probably say that female dinosaurs needed more calcium during egg
> >  development and deposition-there is no known egg-laying animal which
> >  doesn't.
> Predators can, if their digestive systems are strong enough, get calcium
> the hard bits of their prey; but where exactly do herbivores get their
> calcium?
> Inquisitively,
> NP