Fabrosauridae

(from the article `ornithopod`) ...the Late Cretaceous Period (227 million to 65 million years ago) and were one of the most successful and enduring dinosaur lineages. Ornithopoda ... In the fabrosaurids the teeth were simple leaf-shaped, laterally compressed elements arranged in a single front-to-back row in each jaw. They were ... ...
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Fabrosauridae

The Fabrosauridae was originally proposed by Galton (1972), as a group of basal ornithischian dinosaurs from the Early to Middle Jurassic. However, recent studies indicate the Fabrosaurs are not a natural grouping of dinosaurs, and instead consist of unrelated genera. The proposed `Fabrosaurs` descended from a Lesothosaurus-like animal. Proposed.....
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