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Did male and female dinosaurs differ? A new statistical technique is helping answer the question

By Evan Thomas Saitta, Postdoctoral Scholar in Paleontology, University of Chicago
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The lack of large numbers of fossils makes it hard to study sexual dimorphism in dinosaurs. But a new statistical approach offers insight into this question and others across science.The Conversation

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