Caring, sharing dinosaurs bury old prejudices

October 1991
New Scientist;10/12/91, Vol. 132 Issue 1790, p43
Provides scientific information into the caring group behavior among dinosaurs proposed by paleontologists working in the U.S. and Mongolia. Reproductive behavior; Identification of eggs and nests produced by all major dinosaur groups; Habitat of the dinosaurs; Investigation of fossil remains and nesting sites of dinosaur groups.


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