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Biotech Science

Anatomically Strange Dinosaur Vacuumed Up Food 131

Posted by CowboyNeal
from the things-that-suck dept.
TaeKwonDood writes "A paleontologist has discovered a 110 million-year-old dinosaur that had a mouth that worked like a vacuum cleaner, hundreds of tiny teeth and nearly translucent skull." The creature's vertebrae also consisted of more air than bone, and CT scans of the head suggest it continually held its head low for food vacuuming. Low-hanging fruit, indeed.
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