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Did climate change make dinosaurs move hemispheres?

Researchers have found that plant-eating dinosaurs spread across the world and up to the northern hemisphere millions of years after their meat-eating cousins, and that delay seems to have been caused by climate change - and what food was available for migrant dinosaurs.That's according to a new study. The lead author is Dennis Kent of Columbia University and Rutgers.

(Picture: dinosaur at Jurassic Quest theme park in California, USA, January 2021 Credit: EPA)

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