Subject: Did any dinosaurs breastfeed their babies?
Date: Wed Apr 11 17:29:00 2001
Posted by Daniel
Grade level: K-3
School: No school entered.
City: Cheltenham State/Province: Glos
Area of science: Zoology
We had a book from the library which showed a Corythosaurus and it had bumps
like nipples in rows down its body. We thought all dinosaurs were reptiles and
laid eggs and didn't have breast milk. Is that right and if so what were the
bumps or lumps or nipples in the picture?
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