The ankylosaurid dinosaurs had stiff tails ending in massive bony knobs, which were long thought to be defensive weapons for warding off tyrannosaurs and other predators. But today’s most impressive animal weapons — antlers in the deer family, horns in the sheep family — are used mainly for battles with members of the same species over mates.
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