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Study suggests that dinosaurs were warm-blooded


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Dinosaurs grew as fast as your average living mammal, according to a research paper published by Stony Brook University paleontologist Michael D'Emic, PhD. The paper, to published in Science on May 29, is a re-analysis of a widely publicized  2014 Science paper on dinosaur metabolism and growth that concluded dinosaurs were neither ectothermic nor endothermic—terms popularly simplified as 'cold-blooded' and 'warm-blooded'—but instead occupied an intermediate category.

 

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