Eating Machine

January 2008
Weekly Reader News - Senior;1/25/2008, Vol. 86 Issue 17, p6
The article offers information on a dinosaur called Nigersaurus taqueti. Based on the article, the dinosaur was a sauropod, with a mouth that looked like a vacuum cleaner. Sauropods are plant-eating dinosaurs with four legs, a long neck and a small head. It is said that Nigersaurus has a weak bite because the bones that attached the jaw to the skull is thin.


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