Why is it better to use Avian D.N.A to Clone Dinosaurs?
Why is it better to use Avian D.N.A to Clone or bring back Dinosaurs?
If it were possible to clone dinosaurs, avian DNA is probably the best source of genetic material you could ever hope to get - in fact, the only source of living tissue. This happens because, biologically speaking, birds ("Aves") are actually theropod dinosaurs, the closest living relative to all the dinosaur species that went extinct at the end of the Cretaceous period.
Our current knowledge of avian evolution suggests that all birds have evolved from the Maniraptora clade, which, in turn, was part of the larger Coelurosauria clade.
After all, not all dinosaurs went extinct
Useful wikipedia links on this:
https://secure.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/ … /Theropoda
https://secure.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/ … aniraptora
https://secure.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/ … lurosauria
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