Q. Did dinosaurs have feathers?

Did dinosaurs have feathers?






Aug, 2018

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  • vaibhavi

    Among extinct dinosaurs, feathers, or feather-like integument has been discovered on dozens of genera via both direct and indirect fossil evidence.
    The vast majority of feather discoveries have been for coelurosaurian theropods.
    However, integument has also been discovered on at least three ornithischians, raising the likelihood that proto-feathers were also present in earlier dinosaurs.


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What if Jurassic Park was real? Are you going to take the risk and visit it for your curiosity's sake? Dinosaurs have long been gone. Yet, they are alive in our minds full of 'what ifs'. The movie Jurassic Park shows how human beings were trying to control and domesticate some of the dinosaurs. We usually see only Tyrannosaurus in films and not the Pterodactyl or Diplodocus, and others. Maybe, there are still many different species that are yet to be discovered. For whatever purpose these creatures were created before us, it is still bliss not to have them in this age.

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