Unexpected behavior in the Cretaceous: tooth-marked bones attributable to tyrannosaur play

Title

Unexpected behavior in the Cretaceous: tooth-marked bones attributable to tyrannosaur play

Creator

Rothschild B M

Publisher

Ethology Ecology & Evolution

Date

2015
2015-07

Subject

avian play; Behavioral Sciences; bite marks; carnivore taxa; damage; feeding-behavior; mexico; monitor; surfaces; theropod dinosaurs; varanus-komodoensis; Zoology

Format

Journal Article

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Pages

325-334

Issue

3

Volume

27

Citation

Rothschild B M, “Unexpected behavior in the Cretaceous: tooth-marked bones attributable to tyrannosaur play,” NEOMED Bibliography Database, accessed May 17, 2021, https://neomed.omeka.net/items/show/6971.

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