Pterosaurs as part of a spinosaur diet

@article{Buffetaut2004PterosaursAP,
  title={Pterosaurs as part of a spinosaur diet},
  author={Eric Buffetaut and David M. Martill and François Escuilli{\'e}},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2004},
  volume={430},
  pages={33-33}
}
A remarkable specimen has been discovered of an Early Cretaceous pterosaur that has a tooth embedded in one of its cervical vertebrae: the tooth has been identified as one from a spinosaurid theropod dinosaur. This fossil is direct evidence that spinosaurs included items other than fish in their diet. 
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