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Re: Therizinosaurus



In a message dated 97-07-15 01:55:06 EDT, gjensen@mail.wsu.edu (Gregory S.
Jensen) writes:

<< Have any Therizinosaur skulls been found with the dentition of the animal
 intact?  If so, what would the teeth of therizinosaurus indicate for its
 probable diet? >>

Yes. Plants. The teeth of _Erlikosaurus_ and _Segnosaurus_ resemble those of
many prosauropods and some sauropods and ornithischians: small, finely
serrated, rather leaf-shaped in lateral view.