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Would you tell me what the colored sentence below means?
This is a quotation from TIME FOR KIDS.
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“Large-bodied animals typically can retain heat quite easily, and actually have more of a potential problem with overheating,” Sullivan said. “That makes Yutyrannus a bit of a surprise.”
Can I paraphrase the first colored sentence to 'and actually have more potential problems with overheating.'?
I have no idea what the second sentence means. I would like you to paraphrase it with easier English.
But the yutyrannus is (was) an exception to this rule.
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