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Dinosaurs May Have Danced Like Lovebirds To Woo Their Mates
By Malcolm Ritter, Associated Press
Newly discovered footprints and scrape marks might be linked to the mating ritual, researchers say.
'Romeo & Juliet' Dinosaur Fossils Put Dino Mating In A Whole New Light
(Story continues below image.) Artist's conception of an oviraptor using its tail feathers in a mating display. “Juliet” had
Dinosaur Sex Experts Concur That Animals Mated Front To Back (SLIDESHOW)
But how did Mr. Dino ever get his cloaca near Ms. Dino's? By mounting her from behind. At least that's the view of many paleontologists
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