The dinosaur, now named Psittacosaurus gobiensis, was a ceratopsian, a group of "bird-hipped" dinosaurs, such as Triceratops, that are thought to have ground up tough vegetation with their prolific teeth. The fossil remains were found in the Gobi Desert of Inner Mongolia in 2001.
Paleontologists recently studied the specimen and found skull evidence that the dinosaur ate nuts and seeds.
We'll have to file this one alongside Tyrannosaurus Herbivorus:
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