Flipside of a dinosaur mystery: ‘Bloat-and-float’ explains belly-up ankylosaur fossils

Why are fossil remains of ankylosaurs — armored ‘tanks of the Cretaceaous’ — usually found belly-up? A paleontologist proposes the explanation is ‘bloat-and-float’, where the dead dinos would float downstream, bloat, flip upside down, and be fossilized that way.
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