Post by Supersaurus on May 21, 2010 12:52:59 GMT -5
Imagine making an incubator for Velociraptor eggs or for any type of dinosaur and try guessing the correct temperature, humidity and such for it to be a success. It would be nice to try and find out the ideal temperature and humidity for incubating the eggs and hatching out a real baby dinosaur!
So far I've tried lots of dinosaur websites, but there's no particular information on it around. Does anyone have a guestimate for the ideal temperature? I'm thinking experts would be able to roughly guess the temperatures and procedures based on the work that's been done with birds of today, but any new info would be of interest!