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As if putting feathers on dinosaurs wasn't insult enough, a radical new theory from Paul Else of the University of Wollongong is proposing that dinosaurs produced a kind of milk for their offspring, that they essentially lactated — a physiological process that's associated almost exclusively with mammals. But as Else's new paper suggests, some modern birds feed their newly hatched young with secretions similar to the milk of mammals. So why not dinosaurs, too? .
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