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Date: Wed, 4 Sep 1996 16:07:37 -0700
From: Achut Reddy <achut@troodon.isp.net>
To: mrowe@indiana.edu
Subject: Cold blooded noses?

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Subject: Cold blooded noses?

I saw an article in the local paper that
someone had done a study by CAT-scanning the noses
of various well-preserved specimens of a broad range
of dinosaurs.  They apparently found that the nose
structures were very reptile-like, and based on this,
made the jump to the conclusion that all dinos must be
cold-blooded.

Does anyone have more details on this study?

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Achut Reddy                     So many fossils... so little time!
achut@troodon.isp.net