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Re: Mollusk eating (was Re: Sauropod necks????)

<<This begs the question: is there any evidence of malacophagy (I think that
is the term) in Mesozoic land vertebrates, specially dinosaurs?>>

There's a possible mammalian candidate from the Lower Cretaceous of
Australia.  I've been informed that the molars of Kollikodon (a weird
monotreme) might have worked well with a diet of shellfish.  Remains are
restricted to partial lower jaw, but it must have been from a relatively
large mammal for the time of Earth.  Unfortunately, I don't have a formal

Mesozoic Eucynodonts
The Mesozoic - more than just the dinosaur