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Re: Heat Generation, Fat Storage And Dinosaur Extinction
It should be pointed out that the implication for
dinosaur extinction is really one that the news
organizations are running with (and even then, it
seems that it's just the editors that are doing so).
The paper itself, makes no such claim.
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> unlike mammals, lack a tissue that is specialized to
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> heat-generating tissue may have
> contributed to the extinction of dinosaurs.
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