Dinosaur Discoveries: How Carnivores Catch Their Food | Dinosaur Train
Dr. Scott discusses different carnivores and how they catch their food. He compares some fish-eating dinosaurs with birds, mammals, and reptiles today. They all may hunt the same food, but each species uses different adaptations to find their prey.
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