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A novel feeding mechanism of diplodocid sauropods revealed in an apatosaurine skull from the Upper Jurassic Nail Quarry (Morrison Formation) at Como Bluff, Wyoming, USA

Joseph E. Peterson, David Lovelace, Melissa Connely, and Julia B. McHugh

Plain Language Abstract

TATE-099 is a nearly complete apatosaurine skull collected from the Morrison formation of Como Bluff, Wyoming. This study compares and describes TATE-099 and discusses the differences in the unerupted dental magazine in comparison with other sauropod dinosaurs. The results of this study suggest that different sauropods were occupying different niches in the late Jurassic ecosystems of North America.

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Traducción: Francesco Gascó (Grupo de Biología Evolutiva, UNED y Sociedad Española de Paleontología) or Diana Elizabeth Fernández

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Translator: Eva Gebauer

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Translator: Ashraf M.T. Elewa

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Translator:  Krzysztof Stefaniak or Anna Żylińska

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Translator: Oleksandr Kovalchuk or Zoltán Barkaszi

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Translator: Hongshan Wang

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Translator: Denis Audio

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Translator: Matúš Hyžný

 

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