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Still Waters

Just how many dinosaurs had feathers?

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As I've recently been going heavily on the feathers theme, it seemed appropriate to deal with a major question in dinosaur palaeontology that is currently being considered by many researchers. There are no hard and fast answers, and as with the most interesting ideas out there, some of the data is contradictory or can be seen to support either contention in context.

The simple question is, were a great many, even most, non-avian dinosaurs feathered to some degree, or at least, covered in some kind of feather-like covering?

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