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New theropod thermoregulatory paper

Roland Prinzinger, Birgit Nagel, O. Bahat, R. Bogel,
E. Karl, D. Weihs, C. Walzer, 2002.
Energy metabolism and body temperature in the griffon
vulture (Gyps fulvus) with comparative data on the
hooded vulture (Necrosyrtes monachus) and the
white-backed vulture (Gyps africanus).
Jour. Ornithologie 143(4):456-467
Professor Prinzinger, at the zoology department of the
University of Frankfurt, has, for over 25 years,
written consistently on the use of torpor in various
dinosaur taxa (trochilids, Colius, etc.), as well as
energy costs of growth stages. He is a scholar worth
studying for insights into metabolisms, in both German
and English.

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