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Re: Hibernating Dinosaurs?



<<Is that based on "growth rings" (lines of arrested growth, LAGs)? Those
same rings can be found in the bones of farm alligators...>>

... and non-mammalian synapsids from the Lower Triassic of Karoo, South
Africa.  I think I've got a couple of papers noted down somewhere.
Diademodon was a 'LAGger' whereas Cynognathus wasn't.

Mesozoic Eucynodonts
http://home.arcor.de/ktdykes/meseucaz.htm
The Mesozoic - more than just the dinosaur.