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Re: Sweating in dinosaurs?



> Mammals sweat through the entire skin*, though there are
> specialized patches for scent-marking objects.
> 
> But what about non-Avian archosaurs?   (ie, _Sauroposeidon_,
> _Iguanadon_, _Nodosaurus_).   Would they also sweat all over, or would
> the sweat be localized to certain parts of the body?

So... panting or throat fluttering? (I'm trying to imagine what good
that would do in something as large and long-necked as a sauropod.)

-- DONNA