NEWSWEEK: Dinosaurs May Have Dominated Prehistoric Earth Due to Super-efficient Bird-like Lungs

Press/Media: Research

Release date: 25/10/2018

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Dinosaurs were able to thrive in the oxygen-thin atmosphere of prehistoric Earth because they had super-efficient bird-like lungs which may have given them an advantage over their competition, according to a study published in the journal Royal Open Society Science.

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TitleDinosaurs May Have Dominated Prehistoric Earth Due to Super-efficient Bird-like Lungs
Media name/outletNewsweek
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited States
Date25/10/18
DescriptionDinosaurs were able to thrive in the oxygen-thin atmosphere of prehistoric Earth because they had super-efficient bird-like lungs which may have given them an advantage over their competition, according to a study published in the journal Royal Open Society Science.
URLhttps://www.newsweek.com/dinosaurs-may-have-dominated-prehistoric-earth-due-super-efficient-bird-lungs-1187939
PersonsRobert Brocklehurst, William Sellers

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