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Spinosaurus Predatory Feeding Behavior
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July 7, 2009




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Spinosaurus is considered to be carnivorous, more specifically, piscivorous or a piscivore. These conclusions are based upon comparisons of their jaws with that of modern crocodilians.

Fossil evidence suggests that Spinosaurus fed on fish as well as a variety of other small to medium-sized animals, including small dinosaurs. Baryonyx, a close relative of Spinosaurus, was found with fish scales and the digested bones of a young Iguanodon in its stomach cavity, and there is one documented example of a spinosaurid having eaten a pterosaur. Much like today’s crocodile, the spinosaur was a generalist feeder specializing in meals of opportunity comprised of …

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