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GINKGO MONKEY PUZZLE CONIFER DINOSAUR MENU Many of the plants the dinosaurs ate can be seen in gardens and parks today. 49 INTRODUCTION Senses TYRANNOSAURUS REX BRAIN CAST Well-developed sight, smell, and hearing were crucial to the dinosaurs’ long-running success. Dinosaurs used these vital senses daily for survival in their hostile BAROSAURUS BRAIN CAST world. Dinosaurs that were active hunters tracked prey by following noises and scents. Many dinosaurs BRAIN CASTS lived in groups, and protected their Tyrannosaurus rex’s brain was young by listening and bigger than Barosaurus’.
BIRD BEAK Gallimimus ate plants, insects, and lizards with its long, toothless beak. Its large-eyed skull looks very much like that of a big bird. The size of the head crest may have been recognized as a sign of strength. Strong jaws with beak HEAD CREST Oviraptors may have used their head crest to signal to one another. Although toothless, their beaked jaws may have been powerful enough to crush shellfish. 34 CENTROSAURUS HEAD HORNS AND FRILLS The ceratopsian group of dinosaurs had heads with a variety of frills and horns.
TOUGH TO EAT We can see which plants were available to dinosaurs by studying plant fossils. Herbivores such as Parasaurolophus had strong teeth for chewing tough plants such as ferns and conifers. Root of tooth MAGNOLIA DINOSAUR LIFESTYLES PLANT PULP Edmontosaurus had hundreds of tough teeth packed together in its upper and lower jaws. The two sets of teeth worked together like a pair of coarse files, grinding leaves, fruits, and seeds. GINKGO MONKEY PUZZLE CONIFER DINOSAUR MENU Many of the plants the dinosaurs ate can be seen in gardens and parks today.
1001 Facts About Dinosaurs by Dougal Dixon, Neil Clark, William Lindsay, Sue Grabham