Bone-gnawing carnivorous dinosaur replaced teeth rapidly

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Scientists have been researching a species of meat-eating dinosaur that lived in the Madagascar region about 70 million years ago. The dino is called the Majungasaurus, and what the team of researchers has found is that the creature replaced its teeth roughly two to 13 times faster than other carnivorous dinosaurs. Majungasaurus was forming a new tooth in each socket … Continue reading
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