Ornithischians for dinner

I mentioned Repenomamus on here in the middle of last year with photos of a couple of specimens on display at the IVPP. However here is a close-up of the second of those two which (hopefully) shows up at least some of the bones inside the chest cavity identified as belonging to a psittacosaur. Stomach contents like this are generally rare in the fossil record and lets face it, finding the bones of a dinosaur in the gut of a mammal in the Cretaceous is quite something.

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