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RE: Spinosaurus redescribed as giant semiaquatic theropod



On Sat, October 4, 2014 3:20 pm, dale mcinnes wrote:
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> Are gavials completely piscivorous ?
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Fish and small crustaceans as adults. None of the spinosaurs have snouts
quite as elongate or teeth as needle-like as Gavialis. But there are
phytosaurs and some other aquatic reptiles which approach this.

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