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Plant-eating Crocodiles Discovered From the Past

News   Jun 28, 2019 | Original Story by The University of Utah

 
Plant-eating Crocodiles Discovered From the Past

False color 3D images showing the range in shape of crocodyliform teeth. Carnivores (left), such as the living Caiman, have simple teeth, whereas herbivores (right) have much more complex teeth. Credit: Keegan Melstrom

 
 
 

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