Dinosaur teeth reveal feeding habits
By Simon Redfern BBC News
Teeth from sauropod dinosaurs - the largest land animals that ever lived - reveal the feeding habits of these giants.Researchers report that Diplodocus' teeth were replaced as often as once a month throughout the dinosaur's life.In contrast, the teeth of Camarasaurus, another sauropod, show less frequent replacement, but bulkier growth. Read rest here :
If so much can be gleaned from a tooth , can you imagine if a cryptids tooth were found? We would learn about their diet, their habits etc. One day , one day....