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.
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?