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Re: the Horner interview - "fluffy" T. Rex??



On Mon, Jun 15, 2015 at 11:35:21PM +0000, Hammer wrote:
> I thought the general consensus was that LARGE adult tyrannosaurs like 
> Albertosaurus would not have feathers (except a possibly a few on the arms or 
> top of the head) due to the problem of shedding excess heat in these 
> many-times-the-size-of-a-raptor type animals?

Show an example where a bird loses feather.  Show a model where feathers
retain heat for a tropical bird?  Feathers are not hair.

Ruben

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