The Hot-Blooded Dinosaurs: A Revolution in Palaeontology

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Dial Press, 1976 - Science - 238 pages
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Draws upon recent discoveries and research to recount the rise and fall of the dinosaurs, as dominant, warm-blooded animals, and to reassess their intelligence, agility, physiological complexity, and advanced social behavior.

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Review: The Hot-Blooded Dinosaurs

User Review  - Keith - Goodreads

I read this book when I was in 3rd or 4th grade in 1976. I loved it. I remember one classmate telling me, "Dinosaurs don't turn into birds!!" I remember few details besides the cover art. I need to find it and re-read it. Read full review

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User Review  - Steven Peterson - Goodreads

This is a book that I found fascinating in its time. It was a rather early volume arguing that dinosaurs were not, in fact, cold-blooded animals. The contention is that they were warm-blooded, meaning ... Read full review

Contents

The crown of creation
7
The tyrant finds its feet
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The race is to the swift the battle to the strong
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