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Re: New paper on modeling dinosaur physiology

Yes, and they show stable body temps. This paper is problematic on a
number of issues.



On Mon, August 12, 2013 8:11 pm, David Marjanovic wrote:
>> Uninsulated small taxa, and all juveniles, presumably would have been
>> ectothermic, with consequent diurnal and
>> seasonal variations in body temperature.
> Are there any isotope data from whichever ones count as "small"?

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