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News Archive - October 2008
 
New Feathered Dinosaur Discovered
Date: Thursday, October 23, 2008 - 15:42 PM (Eastern Time)
Author: TRexMaster

The fossil of a "bizarre" feathered dinosaur from the era before birds evolved has been discovered in China.

Epidexipteryx was very bird-like, with four long ribbon-like tail feathers - probably used in display.

But the pigeon-sized creature shows no sign of the flight feathers seen in other bird-like dinosaurs, according to a report in the journal Nature.

The discovery highlights the diversity of species present in the Middle to Late Jurassic, just before birds arose.

"It provides fascinating evidence of evolutionary experiments with feathers that were going on before small dinosaurs finally took to the air and became birds."

You can read the full article here.


The Dinosaur Dance Floor
Date: Tuesday, October 21, 2008 - 20:01 PM (Eastern Time)
Author: beeurd

Geologists from the University of Utah have identified a "dinosaur dance floor" within the Vermilion Cliffs National Monument on the Arizona-Utah border.

The area, covering approximately three-quarters of an acre, contains thousands of dinosaur footprints dating from the early Jurassic period; over 190 million years ago.

Researches say the location was a place dinosaurs would have enjoyed and have identified four different types of print in an area, which is believed to have once been a watering hole in the midst of a Sahara-like desert.

To read more, visit the Science Daily article here.







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