Quirks and Quarks | Nov 14, 2009 | 7:54

Dinosaurs Run Hot Not Cold

The question of whether dinosaurs were warm blooded or cold blooded has been hotly debated in the paleontology community. It's an issue that has significant implications for understanding much about dinosaurs, including how active they were, what temperatures they might thrive in and how much food they would have required.

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