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At the time I
remember thinking, "So maybe the arrays of teeth in T. horridus were an
adaptation for grass-eating..."
Their pointed beaks tend to suggest otherwise (unless there was bamboo
around). If you tried to graze with a pointy beak, you'd end up eating more
dirt than grass.
Some of the later Hadrosaurs might have been better equipped as grazers.
Perhaps Anatotitan is a good candidate?
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