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Which theropod dinosaur was not a meat-eater?

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Which theropod dinosaur was not a meat-eater? Segnosaurus is an odd dinosaur that scientists have found difficult to classify. It seems to be related to the meat-eating dinosaurs, but it would not have been able to run fast and does not have the right kind of teeth for a meat-eater.

Because the front legs of Segnosaurus have powerful claws, it has been suggested that this dinosaur fed on termites, like the modern anteater.

Alternatively, Segnosaurus could have been a plant- eating dinosaur although it would have been the only theropod to do this.

The feeding habits of Segnosaurus are a complete mystery. Did it eat termites, fish or plants? There are arguments for all of these possible diets.


Tags: dinosaurs, termites



Category: Education  - ( Education Archive)

Date Added: 19 December '11


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