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Dinosaur Social Behaviour

Interactions between individuals of the same and different species occur in all animals to a certain degree, such interactions can be termed as social behaviour. But how did dinosaurs interact with one another? Did they communicate to each other? Did they care for their young? By looking at the fossil record and by comparing the characteristics of dinosaurs to any modern day analogues we can find, much can be inferred about how dinosaurs behaved towards one another. In so doing we can imagine how these amazing creatures lived millions of years ago.

 

 
 

 

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