Baraniuk, Chris. “How Do We Know What Dinosaurs Looked Like?” BBC. BBC, 17 Feb. 2016. Web.
…researchers have learned a lot about all of these aspects of dinosaur biology, but not necessarily from studying the grandest and largest fossils so far discovered.In fact, some of the most interesting insights have come from poo.
- Found out that dinosaurs might have also ate wood as a food source
- Palaeobiology is the study of dinosaur guts and feces
- Fossilized eggs have shown an insight to the bone structures of babies, the dinosaurs’ sex, and that nesting sites are similar to modern birds
- Feathered dinosaurs
- Color of dinosaurs
- Environment was a lot drier
- The noises that they might have made
- How fast they were based on footprint distance and estimated weight