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herbivorous

her bi vuh ruhs

  • a  feeding only on plants

  • You don't even have to travel to Africa to see such herbivorous first-responders at work.
  • Cows of course are herbivorous animals.
  • The legs are nine feet long, almost as large as the great herbivorous brontosaurus, some specimens of which in American museums have legs ten feet long, a total length of 50 to .
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  • Knobby-headed beast roamed ancient desert
    By Tanya LewisLiveScience More than 200 million years ago a bumpy-faced, cow-size creature, roamed the central desert of what was then the supercontinent Pangea, a new study finds.The creature, known as Bunostegos akokanensis, is from a group called pareiasaurs, large herbivorous reptiles that lived from 266 million to 252 million years ago (during the Middle and Late Permian). Fossils of ...
    June 25, 2013 - NBC NEWS
  • Pareiasaur: Bumpy beast was a desert dweller
    During the Permian era, animal and plant life were dispersed broadly across Pangea, and a new study supports the idea that there was an isolated desert in the middle of Pangea with its own fauna. Roaming this desert was a very distinctive creature known as a pareiasaur. Pareiasaurs were large, herbivorous reptiles that were common across Pangea during the Middle and Late Permian, about 266-252 ...
    June 25, 2013 - Science Daily
  • Bumpy beast was a desert dweller
    During the Permian era, animal and plant life were dispersed broadly across Pangea, and a new study published in the Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology supports the idea that there was an isolated desert in the middle of Pangea with its own fauna. Roaming this desert was a very distinctive creature known as a pareiasaur. Pareiasaurs were large, herbivorous reptiles that were common across Pangea ...
    June 24, 2013 - EurekAlert!
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  • Meave Leakey in East African
    We see this change in vegetation in the carbon isotopes preserved in ancient soils and in the fossilised teeth of ancient herbivorous mammals. The change took place seven to eight million years ago,says Dr Leakey.

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