Web edition: July 20, 2012
Dinosaurs have been dead for about 65 million years, which makes studying the animals — not just their unearthed bones and teeth — extraordinarily difficult. But that hasn’t kept researchers from trying. Newfound evidence may now help answer one question that still vexes scientists: Were the ancient reptiles warm- or cold-blooded?
M. Rosen. Dinosaur debate gets cooking. Science News, Vol. 182, June 27, 2012, p. 9. Available online: [Go to]