Fossil shows that flying dinosaur used gravel for digestion

06/17/2013 | New Scientist

Scientists studying the fossils of a flamingo-like pterosaur, a flying dinosaur, discovered that the species may have used gravel to assist in the digestion of crustaceans. The pterosaur would have had a long beak-like snout and long, thin teeth it would use to filter food from shallow water.

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