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Tiny dinosaur fossil is found in China

Posted on Thursday, 14 February, 2008 | Comment icon 3 comments | News tip by: Waspie, Pendekar

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"As pterodactyls go it was small, toothless and had unexpectedly curved toes — yet scientists are welcoming their new find as another piece in the puzzle of ancient life."

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Comment icon #1 Posted by IronGhost on 14 February, 2008, 11:49
Wow, little flying dinosaurs the size of sparrows -- how cool is that. Mother Nature is a Mad Scientist!
Comment icon #2 Posted by :PsYKoTiC:BeHAvIoR: on 14 February, 2008, 13:51
Sounds like their behaviors are similar to those of our modern bats, although their vision may not be the same. Either way, I'm still not sure what would be worse, getting swooped by winged bats or winged reptiles while hiking in the woods during the night? LOL!
Comment icon #3 Posted by mouse888 on 29 February, 2008, 2:27
seems natrual to have small dino as well as the big ones

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