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Dinosaur Discoveries

Dinosaur Discoveries

Dinosaur Fossils Show Last Meals in Stomachs

Two Sinocalliopteryx gigas, which are carnivorous dinosaurs about 6 feet long and covered in hair-like fuzz, were discovered in Liaoning, China with evidence of their last meals remaining in their stomachs.

One of the paleontologists working with the specimens stated that stomach remains are “…extremely rare in the fossil record”, so this discovery gives scientists evidence of interaction between dinosaurs. Though it is still unknown whether or not these dinosaurs hunted or scavenged the prey found in their stomachs, it gives scientists a look into their diets.

For more on this discovery, visit the Huffington Post.

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