Herbivorous Dinosaurs?

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Dinosaurs are normally thought to be ferocious meat eaters. This is true for many, but there were also a large variety of gentle dinosaurs that were herbivorous. This means they ate only plants. As a matter of fact, there were more herbivores than carnviores, or meat eaters. Scientists can tell if a dinosaur was a plant eater by examining the fossilized teeth. If the teeth were blunt or flat, that is a good indication the animal was an herbivore. Some examples are the bronchiosaurus, stegosaurus, and the diplodocus.
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