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Why the Long Face?

Photo: Guy Nolch

Head shape is a good indicator of the predator’s tendency to feed on either small or large prey. Photo: Guy Nolch

By Christopher Walmsley & Colin McHenry

The jaw strength of crocodiles can be predicted by simple linear measurements that could provide new insights into the diets of extinct marine reptiles.

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