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Last Meal Found in Stomach of Fuzzy Dinosaur

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Dinosaur fossils found with the bones of birds and small dinosaurs in their stomachs reveal the beasts may have been adept hunters capable of downing prey more than a third their own size, researchers say.

Fossils are occasionally found with the remains of animals and plants inside what were once their guts. These tummy contents can shed light on what they once ate — for instance, past research showed a mammal predator apparently had a tiny dinosaur as its last meal.

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Fuzzy ^___^

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120 million years from now theyll examine my stomach... mcdonalds... and beer

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120 million years from now theyll examine my stomach... mcdonalds... and beer

If mine was examined all they would find would be the crushed dreams of children.

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If birds were found in the stomach... then dinosaurs didnt evolve into birds. Case closed

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If birds were found in the stomach... then dinosaurs didnt evolve into birds. Case closed

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From my understanding birds are a type of dinosaur. Like a monkey is type of primate and there are many types of primates living in the world, including us.

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thats just bad science haha

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If birds were found in the stomach... then dinosaurs didnt evolve into birds. Case closed

Because every single dinosaur would vanish the second a bird was born. :td:

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