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Re: Dino milk



Michael wrote:
> 
> 
> Well, I would bet a lot of money you are right about how hadrosaurs
> feed their hatchlings/young, but would you bet your life they did it
> that way?  Are mammary/like glands or other mechanisms an
> impossibility?
> 
        Pidgeons produce a milk-like substance that they regurgitate,
which is supposedly quite rich. I suppose it may have been possible
for some dino herbivores to produce such specialised vomit as well.
How would a baby sauropod have fared if this was the case? I can
just imagine the Mesozoic movie of the week - "Honey, I drowned
the kids".

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