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Scientists Discover First Mummified Example of a Feathered Dinosaur Tail
December 9, 2016
— The rare, amber-encased fossil, which belonged to a young coelurosaur, tells a new story about feather evolution.
Risking Life and Limb in Antarctica to Find the Frozen Ancestors of Birds
August 4, 2016
— Extreme fossil hunting on the icy outcrops at the bottom of the world.
11 Terrifying Dinosaurs That Rocked Feathers Better Than Birds
April 8, 2016
— These illustrations will redefine the way you think about your favorite dinosaurs.
Jurassic World's Dinosaurs Roar to Life, Thanks to Bird Calls
June 16, 2015
— The Velociraptor's creepy hiss is actually a chittery penguin. Listen to the bird calls that became dino voices.
Want to See a Dinosaur?
June 11, 2015
— Skip Jurassic World, and just look outside. Here's why.
Which Came First: the Dinosaur or the Bird?
January 7, 2015
— The consensus is in: Birds are living dinosaurs. But how that epic evolutionary leap took place remains one of science’s greatest mysteries.
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