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Dino Demise by Angiosperms
I ran across an interesting theory on how dinos bit the dust. It had to do
with the rise of Angiosperms, and the decline of Gymnosperms, the then major
food supply for many Cretaceous dinosaurs. Do any of you know where I can
find more information on this topic? What I've found so far has been
interesting, how by late Cretaceous the dinosaurs had become extremely
specialized, and by entering a new food group that the herbivores were not
equipped to eat, started a decline in populations.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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