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Re: CNN:Is it snowing in Oregon: a question...

>So, what they are suggesting is a highly active, very aerobic 
ectotherm.  (I
>suppose if it were big enough it would even be a highly active, very 
>inertially homeothermic ectotherm).

A question here...

Does this comment essentially suggest an animal that has a "mammalian"
lung capacity/structure (if you will), but is essentially 
"gigantothermic" in the sense that its variance in body temperature 
relies on slow cooling due to a large body mass?

Kevin Hedgpeth

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