Jun 8, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger
Dinosaurs and tomatoes couldn't be more different, but new research shows that their paths may have been drastically altered by the same single event.
I like tomatoes. I grow some in the garden and the groundhog eats them. If we get tomato hornworms the parasitic wasps lay their eggs in them and they hatch and feed off the worm.
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