Warm-blooded dinosaurs? Maybe

Dinosaurs may have been warm-blooded and active, contradicting theories that suggest they were cold-blooded and sluggish, according to University of Adelaide researchers.

The size of holes found in the thigh bones of both mammals and reptiles correlates to the maximum metabolic capacity of the creature.

Dinosaurs were found to have larger holes in their thigh bones than mammals, even in relative terms, which suggests that they were actually warm-blooded.

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