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Re: Theory of Non-Avian Dino Extinction



> Do you think that temperatures would have been cold enough to
> pressure dinosaurs to need to hibernate.  Without the pressure of a
> climate making those kinds of demands would nature select for
> hibernation behavior?

well, the dinosaurs (hadrosaurs) being found in Alaska were in the
contemporary arctic/antarctic circle.  
(is it still arctic and antarctic circles if Antartica isn't there yet
contemporarily?)

-Betty
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