"Samples of amber in western Canada containing feathers from dinosaurs and birds have yielded the most complete story of feather evolution ever seen.
The find, along with an accompanying article analysing feather pigment, adds to the idea that many dinosaurs sported feathers - some brightly coloured.
"We're finding two ends of the evolutionary development that had been proposed for feathers trapped in the same amber deposit," said Ryan McKellar of the University of Alberta, lead author of the report.
Grassy Lake map
The team's find confirms that individual filaments progressed to tufts of filaments from a single origin, called barbs."
by bonnebartron 7 years ago
Is it ethical to wear the new "feather extensions?"I had this discussion with a stylist friend of mine... what do you think?
by Audrey Selig 7 years ago
Any opinions? Only for the very young or and individual choice?
by janesix 3 years ago
Eyes supposedly evolved over millions of years in stages. If mutations are random, how likely is it that each new part "randomly" evolved in the exact spot it needed to be in to make the eye work?And for each type of eye, this supposedly happened multiple times independently. That's even...
by Darrell Roberts 6 years ago
What does your scriptures say about dinosaurs.Does your spiritual book describe the dinosaurs, how they were created how they dies? If so what happend. If not why not?
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