1. Did baby dinosaurs get fever? Israeli scholars shed light on giants' life  The Jerusalem Post
  2. 75-million-year old eggshells suggest most dinosaurs were warm-blooded  New Scientist News
  3. How did dinosaur parents know when their kids had a fever?  Phys.org
  4. Israeli scientists say dinosaur egg fossils point to warm blood  The Times of Israel
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The scientists tackled one of the most pressing questions regarding the giant creatures: whether dinosaurs were cold or warm-blooded animals.The scientists tackled one of the most pressing questions regarding the giant creatures: whether dinosaurs were cold or warm-blooded animals.

Did baby dinosaurs get fever? Israeli scholars shed light on giants' life - The Jerusalem Post

An analysis of eggshells from three kinds of dinosaurs shows they were all warm-blooded, suggesting that dinosaurs’ ancestors were also warm-bloodedAn analysis of eggshells from three kinds of dinosaurs shows they were all warm-blooded, suggesting that dinosaurs’ ancestors were also warm-blooded

75-million-year old eggshells suggest most dinosaurs were warm-blooded | New Scientist

New research technique employed at Hebrew University allowed team to gauge temperature in which eggs were formed -- and thus whether mother could regulate her body heatNew research technique employed at Hebrew University allowed team to gauge temperature in which eggs were formed -- and thus whether mother could regulate her body heat

Israeli scientists say dinosaur egg fossils point to warm blood | The Times of Israel

From the time that dinosaur fossils were first discovered, these creatures have fascinated scientists and laypeople alike. In the academic world, their remains provide important clues into the prehistoric ...

How did dinosaur parents know when their kids had a fever?