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Scientists take temperature of long-gone dinosaurs


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WASHINGTON – Scientists have figured out a way to take the temperature of dinosaurs, and it turns out to be almost the same as ours.

Of course you can't just stick a thermometer under the tongue of a gigantic creature that's been extinct for millions of years.

So they did the next best thing. They studied dinosaur teeth, which can reflect body temperature.

They found the long-necked Brachiosaurus had a temperature of about 100.8 degrees F and the smaller Camarasaurus had a temperature of about 98.3 degrees. People average 98.6.


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WASHINGTON – Scientists have figured out a way to take the temperature of dinosaurs, and it turns out to be almost the same as ours.

Of course you can't just stick a thermometer under the tongue of a gigantic creature that's been extinct for millions of years.

So they did the next best thing. They studied dinosaur teeth, which can reflect body temperature.

They found the long-necked Brachiosaurus had a temperature of about 100.8 degrees F and the smaller Camarasaurus had a temperature of about 98.3 degrees. People average 98.6.


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I don't believe that these Scientists take the temperature of long dead dinosaurs and their temperature is close to humans, What do members think?


Why don't you believe it? they just did it apparently.




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