Dinosaurs Had Sex As Teens, Study Says

Publication: National Geographic News   Date: July 20, 2007   View Article

Birdlike dinosaurs did not wait until they were fully grown to start having sex, a new study says.

Early sexual maturity is a trait associated with modern-day crocodiles more than birds—a surprise because most scientists believe birds are akin to modern dinosaurs.

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