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"When Dinosaurs Roamed America" had a seen where and allosaur chomped a
ceratosaur in an ambush. My question is, although I have no doubt a hungry
allosaur would take advantage of a situation that confronted it, how likely
would this have been? Today, most carnivores (lions, bears, etc.) typically
don't feast on other carnivores but prefer the zebras/deer/etc. either from
taste or nutritional value instincts. How often have carnivore remnants (that
aren't small juveniles) been found in tyrannosaur/etc. fossil stomachs?
Wouldn't a larger and more tasty iguanodon been preferred?