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Re: Insectivorous Ankylosaurians

Jonathon Woolf wrote refering to insectivorous ankylosaurs:

>It's an interesting notion, and I'm not saying it's wrong.  But it
>appears to have a few major holes.  The first question that leaps to
>mind is "where would something the size of an ankylosaur find enough
>insects to keep it fed?"
>-- JSW
 I advocate that the larger ones were secondary insectivores that just 
picked up bugs for protein occasionally. The smaller ones may of been 
predominant insectivores.


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