Were dinosaurs warm or cold-blooded? More like lukewarm, scientists say
Dinosaurs may not have been cold-blooded like modern reptiles or warm-blooded like mammals and birds -- instead, they may have dominated the planet for 135 million years with blood that ran neither hot nor cold, but was a kind of in-between that's rare ...
Giant Sea Reptiles Were Warm-Blooded?
The prehistoric reptiles may have had body temperatures as ... (See whale pictures.) Most modern reptiles and fish are cold-blooded, which means their internal temperatures vary along with those of the surrounding water. Since the modern oceans' top ...
Dinosaurs weren't warm-blooded, study suggests
Most modern fish, amphibians and reptiles are cold-blooded or ectothermic ... "I would have expected feathered dinosaurs to be more like a warm-blooded bird." Dinosaur growth rates were most like those of animals called mesotherms that include mako ...
Adventures Afield: Tips for Effective Catch and Release Fishing
Fish are cold-blooded, and thus this issue becomes more relevant in warmer months as waters warm past the fish’s comfort range. To prevent this, make a conscious effort to fight fish deliberately. This goes hand-in-hand with using the appropriate tackle.
Study: Dinosaurs Were Lukewarm-Blooded
“They did not act like mammals or birds, nor did they act like reptiles or fish,” Enquist told Reuters. “Instead, they had growth rates and metabolisms intermediate to warm-bodies and cold-blooded organisms of today. In short, they had physiologies ...