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Re: history of the warm-blooded debate

     "...there is some reason, based on the arrangement of vertebrae and ribs,
to suppose that the lungs of Dinosaurs were somewhat like those of birds, and
that as a corollary, their blood may have been better aerated and warmer than
that of living reptiles." This quote is from _Animals of the Past_by
F.A.Lucas, 1902. Dan Varner.