200610250106Fossil evidence shows beloved ancient saurians had “little friends”:

Gut contents from the fossil of a plant-eating dinosaur living 75 million years ago reveal what could be the first evidence of parasitic stomach worms, scientists said this week.

The evidence was found in a well preserved duck-billed dinosaur, dubbed Leonardo, unearthed in the Judith River Formation in Montana in 2000 and 2001.

With no humans around to give them worm pills, it is hypothesized, the thunder lizards met their doom.