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Re: dinosaur omnivores



If I'm not mistaken I think someone has suggested omnivory in
Protoceratops.

-Bill Parker
Northern Arizona University

On Fri, 24 Jul 1998, joe wrote:

> Thomas R. Holtz, Jr. wrote:
> 
> > Some paleontologists have speculated that the prosauropods may have been
> > omnivores.
> 
>   Is this speculation based on something more than the simple fact that the
> omnivores had to be somewhere in the chain or is there some fossil data that
> led them to that speculation?  If so, what (briefly) might that be and where
> can I go for more information?  Also, while prosauropods may handle the
> sauropod lineage, what about the ornithischians?  Any of them listed as
> likely candidates for omnivory?
> 
> Joe Daniel
> 
>