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Scientists see evidence of iridescent rainbow feathers on a dinosaur Options
Daemon
Posted: Thursday, January 25, 2018 5:00:00 AM
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Scientists see evidence of iridescent rainbow feathers on a dinosaur

A team of Chinese, American and Belgian scientists have unearthed a 161-million-year-old dinosaur fossil showing that the animal may have had vibrant, iridescent plumage like that of peacocks and other birds today. The fossil of the dazzling dinosaur ... More...
Emel Rapchan
Posted: Thursday, January 25, 2018 8:32:01 AM

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No doubt that this represents a great evolution in the pre-established stream of thoughts amidst the featherlike dinosaurs' specialists.
Prior to the presented study, the common ground was that the iridescence of the feathers was introduced amongst the first birdlike sub-species much earlier than the evidence in this article suggests. Congratulations on such important matter.
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