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Unformatted text preview: been found in Edmontosaurus' stomach. It ate conifer needles, twigs, seeds, and other plant material with its tough beak. It had no teeth in its beak, but had hundreds of cheek teeth used for grinding up tough plant material. (http://www.rareresource.com/ornithopods1.htm ) A mummified Edmontosaurus was discovered in North Dakota where researchers say that in order for this type of discovery to be found, a rapid burial must have occurred which preserved the soft tissues. The fossil found was approximately 30 feet long, which leads us to believe the dinosaur in this discovery was almost a mature adult. (http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/23689410/) References http://www.rareresource.com/ornithopods1.htm , 9/29/08 http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/23689410/,9/29/08...
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- Spring '09
- late cretaceous period, Edmontosaurus, Non-Fictional Acct Edmontosaurus, mummified Edmontosaurus fossils