Wednesday, May 28, 2014 – Today we have an interesting blog written by Jon Tennant, PhD candidate in vertebrate macroevolution. It covers research on crocodiles and ‘crocodile-mimic’ dinosaurs, “long snouts, bulbous tips, pointy teeth,” and all. Specifically, Jon covers research on the biomechanics of biting and feeding.

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The Feeding Styles of Crocodiles and 'Crocodile-mimic' Dinosaurs

Source: National Geographic

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