Post-Doctoral Fello Dr. Robin Dawson documents warm-blooded dinosaurs

A dinosaur eggshell fossil in cross-section under a microscope using cross-polarizing light. Source: Yale University

“Dinosaurs sit at an evolutionary point between birds, which are warm-blooded, and reptiles, which are cold-blooded. Our results suggest that all major groups of dinosaurs had warmer body temperatures than their environment” - post-doctoral fellow Dr. Robin Dawson on her research she performed while a doctoral student at Yale University. Read More...

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