Feathered Dinosaur Links
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Feathered Dinosaurs of China
"Feathered Dinosaurs of China" was part of an exhibition on Chinese Dinosaurs
held at the Australian Museum in 2002 and early 2003.
Scientists Discover a Dinosaur Clad in Flightless Feathers
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'Modern' feathers found on Chinese dino
'feathered' dinosaurs found
Dinosaur was covered in feathers
The feathered dinosaurs of Liaoning
fossil sheds light on flight origins
Four-Winged Dinosaurs Found in China, Experts Announce
From Dinosaurs to Feathered Birds
Feathered ancestor of T. rex unearthed
Feathers, scutes and the origin of birds
Digit Numbering and Limb Development
PZ Myers debunks Jonathan Sarfati's avian digit claims
Dinosaur 'missing link' unearthed in Utah
"Birdlike dinosaurs newly unearthed in Utah may be a missing link
between primitive meat-eating creatures and more evolved vegetarians ..."
Study Finds Stronger Dinosaur-Bird Link
"Scientists have found bone tissue in a Tyrannosaurus rex that they say shows the 70-million-year-old animal was an ovulating female. The estrogen-derived tissue, they determined, is similar to tissue now present only in living birds producing egg shells."
slept like birds
"The first ever remains of a sleeping dinosaur have been found, providing support for the idea that small
dinosaurs were the ancestors of flying birds."
T. rex relative found in China
"The remains of a feathery dragon-like forerunner of the mighty Tyrannosaurus rex has been found at a dinosaur
graveyard in north eastern China."
T.rex analysis supports dino-bird link
Technique pioneers method for studying biology of extinct species
Protein Extracted From T.Rex Bone Similar to Chicken
FoxNews.com, Friday, 13 April 2007
Smallest pterodactyl lived in trees
Jennifer Viegas, Discovery News, 12 February 2008
"A tiny, toothless pterodactyl with bat-like wings, bird-like claws and a sharp, pointy beak has just been identified from a remarkably well-preserved Chinese fossil, scientists say."
Tests Confirm T. Rex Kinship With Birds
From Troy Britain's weblog "Playing Chess with Pigeons".
Dino-Era Feathers Found Encased in Amber
James Owen for National Geographic News
March 11, 2008
"Seven dino-era feathers found perfectly preserved in amber in western France highlight a crucial stage in feather evolution, scientists report."
'Air bone' dinosaur is missing link with birds
inthenews.co.uk, Tuesday, 30 September 2008
"A carnivorous dinosaur with a bird-like breathing system has provided more evidence of the connection between the two groups of animals separated by millions of years."