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Fossilized teeth belonging to a plant-eating dinosaur have been discovered in Nagasaki Prefecture, offering fresh clues about the reptile and the ecosystem 81 million years ago, a local museum said Tuesday.

Thirty-five fossilized teeth have been unearthed from a geological layer dated to the late Cretaceous Period on the west bank of the Nagasaki Peninsula, according to the Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum and the city of Nagasaki.

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