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Re: "DINOSAUR SOCIAL WARMTH"
From: "Ray Stanford" <email@example.com>
Since many researchers feel birds are avian dinosaurs, this bluebird
behavior makes me wonder whether any Mesozoic dinosaur (non-avian or
>avian) skeletal clusters might have been found, anywhere, that might be
>interpreted (or re-interpreted) as suggesting mass death during such a
>communal conserving of body warmth.
Wasn't there a cluster of juvenile psittacosaurs found a number of years ago
in the Gobi, who had supposedly all died together in a sand storm? Maybe
they were clustered together to preserve their warmth. Sorry I can't
remember any of the details, as I don't have the ref on me (although I do
remember reading a bit about it in Reader's Digest). Can someone back me
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