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+ - Did dinosaurs produce milk for their young? ->

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An anonymous reader writes "A controversial study suggests dinosaurs may have produced a milk-like substance to feed rapidly growing hatchlings... 'The dinosaur milk could have been loaded with growth hormone, antioxidants, calcium and minerals to boost growth. As a bonus, both parents can do it, says Paul. The problem now is finding fossil evidence for this theory, which "is going to be hard," he says.'"
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Did dinosaurs produce milk for their young?

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