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|Author||Robert T. Bakker|
|Publisher||Citadel Press (current edition)|
|Media type||Print Hardcover|
The book sums up the extant evidence which indicates that dinosaurs, rather than being cold-blooded and wholly lizard-like, were in fact warm-blooded, agile creatures more similar to modern birds than to lizards or other reptiles. Although controversial on publication in 1986, the passage of time has proven Bakker correct in many respects, and much of Dinosaur Heresies now represents the prevalent view in paleontological circles (although other parts have been outdated by more current research).
The main arguments used to show that dinosaurs were warm blooded are:
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