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    Long-necked plant feeding dinosaurs regrew teeth every 1 to 2 months 18 July 2013

    A United States study on Wednesday explained that the long-necked plant feeding dinosaurs that wandered the Earth 150 million years ago undergone evolution a substantial way of fixing broken teeth which are known to be new ones to grow. Scientists...

    Keywords: researcher michael d'emic, human adult teeth, largest herbivores, sauropod dinosaur

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