What made it easy for carnivores to tear and chew meat and for herbivores to munch vegetation? Their teeth.
With this lesson, students compare the teeth of plant and meat-eating dinosaurs and determine how they differ, how they evolved, and how they were used. The life-size replica teeth are from the Tyrannosaurus, Allosaurus, Camarasaurus and Camptosaurus. Developed by Lynn Hesse.
Includes five sturdy replicas and a teacher’s guide with student worksheets and background information.