Scientists worldwide have long debated our ability to identify male and female dinosaurs. Now, research led by Queen Mary University of London has shown that despite previous claims of success, it’s very difficult to spot differences between the sexes.
The study challenges previous research that female T. rexes
were bigger than males [Credit: Sky News]
In the new study, researchers analysed skulls from modern-day gharials, an…
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