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Re: Dinosaurs Hibernate?

Some years ago, there was a theory that Fabrosaurus hibernated.  This was 
based on a Fabrosaurus skeleton found in a curled position at death and 
showed signs of new teeth pushing out older worn teeth still in its mouth.
Haven't seen much after that, but I have seen children's dinosaur book 
that show Fabrosaurus burrowing in the ground.

---John Schneiderman (dino@revelation.unomaha.edu)

On Fri, 17 Mar 1995, Trina Michelle Graham wrote:

> Is it possible that the dinosaurs could have ever hibernated or gone
> through periods of estivation or a deep sleep.  Also, could they have
> ever been influenced by circadian or circannual rhythms.