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  • It was a little smaller than a deer, and it was obviously a plant-eater, not a predator—he had analyzed that correctly.

    Pathfinder

  • He hoped it was a plant-eater or, at the very least, something satisfied with rats and other tiny scavengers that made their homes down here.

    LEGENDS OF THE DRAGONREALM

  • He hoped it was a plant-eater or, at the very least, something satisfied with rats and other tiny scavengers that made their homes down here.

    LEGENDS OF THE DRAGONREALM

  • He hoped it was a plant-eater or, at the very least, something satisfied with rats and other tiny scavengers that made their homes down here.

    LEGENDS OF THE DRAGONREALM

  • The new creature — aptly dubbed Velafrons coahuilensis — was a massive plant-eater belonging to a group of duck-billed dinosaurs, or hadrosaurs.

    Velafrons coahuilensis

  • The greatest moment must have been when I ran up on a scripted sequence of four velociraptors attacking a defenseless parasaurolophus: bypassing the pack of predators, I homed in on the harmless plant-eater, casually jamming my knife into its throat like a basketball player delivering an easy layup.

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • The medullary bones examined by Werning and Lee came from the meat-eater Allosaurus and the plant-eater Tenontosaurus.

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • The greatest moment must have been when I ran up on a scripted sequence of four velociraptors attacking a defenseless parasaurolophus: bypassing the pack of predators, I homed in on the harmless plant-eater, casually jamming my knife into its throat like a basketball player delivering an easy layup.

    MOTY 08

  • The new creature — aptly dubbed Velafrons coahuilensis — was a massive plant-eater belonging to a group of duck-billed dinosaurs, or hadrosaurs.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • The medullary bones examined by Werning and Lee came from the meat-eater Allosaurus and the plant-eater Tenontosaurus.

    Teenage pregnancy in dinosaurs

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