Femora with greatly enlarged medullary cavities.
Humeri with greatly enlarged medullary cavities.
Relatively small vertebrae.
The absence of a fourth trochanter.
A large strengthening ligament that ran along the dorsal side of the vertebral column.
It only ate plants.
It had very small teeth.
Bipedal animals cannot run very fast.
The leg muscle mass would have been insufficient.
It could only see animals if they were moving.
The body size produces huge thermal inertia.
Changing blood flow changes the ‘effective insulation thickness’.
The body size produces low thermal inertia.
Changing blood flow has no effect on ‘effective insulation thickness’.
No dinosaurs were endotherms.