Prehistoric dinosaurs’ warm-blooded nature was demonstrated by soft tissue remains

31st January, 2022.      //   General Interest  // 

Scientists have disputed whether dinosaurs were cold-blooded or warm-blooded since the beginning of paleontology. Warm-bloodedness has long been thought to be an avian invention, something that birds, like Sue the T, inherited from their dinosaur ancestors. The rex didn’t. This may not be the case based on traditional methodologies and equipment like as histology and scanning electron microscopes, but a new science of molecular paleobiology is providing us with conclusive answers. To illustrate that dinosaurs weren’t as cold-blooded as we assumed, we’ll slice, dissolve, and shoot a laser at some of the museum’s coolest fossils.

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