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Re: Dino brains



>I was wondering if any dinosaurs had really 'bird-like' brains, and if 
>they could have been at least as intelligent as the CAG (congo african 
>gray parrot)?
>How smart were dinosaurs?

Probably not that smart - Unless I am wrong, relative cranial capacity of
even the largest-brained non-avian dinos was well below that of neornithine
birds - even ratites, which appear to be dumb as posts.  Certainly nothing
in the parrot line....
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