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Summarize the points from the lecture and the reading

The reading and the lecture are about the theory, that dinosaurs have been endotherm animals. Whereas the author of the reading states that there is evidence for endotherm dinosaurs, the lecture suggests that dinosaurs are not endotherm. The lecture casts doubt on the main points made in the reading by providing three reasons.
First of all, according to the reading passage, fossils of dinosaurs in polar regions were found, due to the fact that only not endotherm animals could survive the cold temperature. However, the lecture disputes this point. He says that polar regions were warmer in the past. Furthermore, he mentions that the dinosaurs migrated to a more comfortable and warmer area.
Secondly, the reading states that the leg placement underneath their body is a proof for an endotherm animal. Nevertheless, the lecture refutes this argument. He argues that the structure of their legs supports more weight which were essential in this time.
Finally, the reading claims that there is a connection between endothermy, and the bone structure of dinosaurs named “Haversian Canals”. On the other hand, the lecture believes that there is evidence of true growth rings. Moreover, he mentions that dinosaurs grew slower in the winter moth weather endotherms grow rapidly even the environment becomes cool.
In conclusion, although the reading and the lecture are both about endotherm dinosaurs, the three points made in the reading are effectively challenged by the lecture.
The reading and the lecture are about the theory, that dinosaurs have been endotherm animals. Whereas the author of the reading states that there is evidence for endotherm dinosaurs, the lecture suggests that dinosaurs are not endotherm. The lecture casts doubt on the main points made in the reading by providing three reasons.

First of all
, according to the reading passage, fossils of dinosaurs in polar regions
were found
, due to the fact that
only
not endotherm animals could survive the
cold
temperature.
However
, the lecture disputes this point. He says that polar regions were warmer in the past.
Furthermore
, he mentions that the dinosaurs migrated to a more comfortable and warmer area.

Secondly
, the reading states that the leg placement underneath their body is a proof for an endotherm animal.
Nevertheless
, the lecture refutes this argument. He argues that the structure of their legs supports more weight which were essential in this time.

Finally
, the reading claims that there is a
connection between
endothermy
, and the bone structure of dinosaurs named “
Haversian
Canals”.
On the other hand
, the lecture believes that there is evidence of true growth rings.
Moreover
, he mentions that dinosaurs grew slower in the winter moth weather endotherms grow
rapidly
even the environment becomes cool.

In conclusion
, although the reading and the lecture are both about endotherm dinosaurs, the three points made in the reading are
effectively
challenged by the lecture.

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