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Re: What did Spinosaurus eat? New species of Lepidotes found
_Masiakasaurus_ was only 2m long, and has craniodental features (like
procumbent front teeth) that suggest that it might have been a
fish-eater. If correct, this in turn suggests that _Masiakasaurus_
habitually entered the water.
Well, no. It suggests that _its snout_ habitually entered the water.
Like the spinosaurs, it may have been a heron analogue.