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mission the intelligence of the dinosaur is a very difficult thing one of the things that people have used is called the each you coefficient which is basically how large the brain is relative to the body size this has its problems and doesn't have its problems it's not just how big the brain is but how big certain parts the brain are and we know from living animals that animals push up smell very well that they have not very large olfactory worlds in in in their brains animals which you'd see very well had very mccue vision septet greatly expanded optic club so a lot of this work is just starting to be done and growing the advent of cat scan technology which allows us to go to reconstruct the brains of extinct dinosaurs is really pushes a long way in just a few years but again the work is very preliminary and is still very hard to correlate specific brain features with purse particular either senses or aspects of intelligence