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Re: Theropod eating and attacking



>>Predators can, if their digestive systems are strong enough, get 
>>calcium from
>>the hard bits of their prey; but where exactly do herbivores get their
>>calcium?
>
>Many herbivores chew on bones and antlers that they find of dead animals
>out in the wild.
>Judy Molnar

Lapland Longspurs feed their chicks the bones of lemmings, providing them
with calcium during the growth phase - they do not form a regular part of
the adult diet!
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