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Date:8/1/2014 7:03:55 AM
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Hi Chico
Best guess is that he was bipedal, and dropped to all 4s to eat.
Hope you are still filled with Christmas joy. Today we can see something completely different--a dino head and ribs laying on the ground! Do you wonder why? Well, this is Edmontosaurus, another duckbilled dino. Remember we said yesterday that T Rex hunted these guys? Well, this one is set up between the 2 T rex dinos, sort of like road kill. There has been debate for awhile as to whether T rex is a hunter or scavenger. In the museum, we think that he was both, kind of like modern lions and other predators. That is, he was a hunter most of the time, but would scavenge dead meat laying on the ground, as well. So, this guy looks like he was partially eaten and was found by our rival rexes, who are poised above him, ready to fight. We did this for the spectacle, of course, but also we did it because we had a head and a rib cage from Edmontosaurus, and nothing else. We wanted to show what we had, so here it is! Again, it's a hadrosaur, but one without that great nasal crest. He had the beak and the 140 teeth, so probably chewed his food. See how his face is smooshed to one side? That happened during fossilization, as we learned early on in the tour. Thanks for your support! Hope you are having a nice day, see you tomorrow. Here's a hug and a vote for you! Gizmo
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