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Dinosaurian Class (was: DROMAEOSAURS AND OVIRAPTOROSAURS ....)
One doesn't classify dinosaurs as warm-bloods finally of course, I'm merely
saying that the possability is big and dinosaurs are losing the image that
they maintained for so long. It's obvios that dinosaurs were very
different amoungst reptiles and basically, they're built a whole lot
I actually remembered the warm-blooded sharks after I emailed my
last post. I the case of the Maco, great-white, silky sharks I have this
to say. Though those sharks gradgually acheived warm-bloodedness, I wasn't
a drastic adaptation, therefore warm-blooded fish still remain to be fish.
Dinosaurs did many things to host in warm-bloodedness heres a few,
errect-stance, possable feathers on small theropods, Larger size is usually
the greatest cause for warm-blood except for the komodo dragons and large
P.S. This argument didn't go where I wanted it too, I wanted to argue about
dromaeosaurs and oviraptor. Oh well.