Guess what these young dinosaurs ate when their parents weren't looking

(Inside Science) -- Sauropods were the largest animals that ever lived on land. These plant-eating dinosaurs could reach 120 feet in length, and yet their heads were small enough that you could hold its skull in your arms. Despite a robust overall fossil record, until now scientists had only about 12 sauropod skulls from which to build an understanding of how these creatures lived. Then came Andrew the Diplodocus the sauropod with the smallest skull ever discovered at less than a foot l

Guess what these young dinosaurs ate when their parents weren't looking

Imagine a crew of hungry toddlers and kindergartners with unrestricted access to the kitchen. Would they gorge themselves on candy, chips and ice cream?

Fri 12 Oct 18 from Phys.org

Baby Dinosaur Named Andrew Reveals How Sauropods Grew So Big Eating Plants

(Inside Science) -- Sauropods were the largest animals that ever lived on land. These plant-eating dinosaurs could reach 120 feet in length, and yet their heads were small enough that you could ...

Thu 11 Oct 18 from Discover Magazine

Diplodocid dinosaurs lived in age-segregated groups

Skull find suggests kids lived apart from their parents and even looked different for a while. Nick Carne reports.

Thu 11 Oct 18 from Cosmos Magazine

Smallest diplodocus skull ever found reveals new details of how the huge dinosaurs lived

Nicknamed 'Andrew', the remarkably preserved head was dug up at a dinosaur graveyard in Montana.

Thu 11 Oct 18 from Daily Mail

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