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Re: New paper on pachycephalosaur behavior
"Richard W. Travsky" wrote:
> Interesting. It ate parts of the skull? Not a lot of nutritional
> material there, other than the brains, and there certainly wouldn't be
> much of that in a dinosaur (particularly one this size).
Plenty of calcium there for those who constantly grow new teeth, or lay
lots of hard-shelled eggs.
Perhaps pachy-domes were the cretaceous equivalent of cuttlefish bones?
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