Data from: Cranial biomechanics underpins high sauropod diversity in resource-poor environments

High megaherbivore species-richness is documented in both fossil and contemporary ecosystems despite their high individual energy requirements. An extreme example of this is the Late Jurassic Morrison Formation, which was dominated by sauropod dinosaurs, the largest known terrestrial vertebrates.

Creator(s) David Button
Funder Natural Environment Research Council
Publisher Dryad
DOI 10.5061/dryad.8kd16/1
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