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Fossil could re-write history

Posted on Thursday, 13 October, 2005 | Comment icon 6 comments


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"A 90 million-year-old dinosaur with striking bird-like features may force scientists to re-write part of the family tree of the extinct reptiles."

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Comment icon #1 Posted by Erikl on 13 October, 2005, 18:57
Birds are dinosaurs. Period.
Comment icon #2 Posted by ROGER on 14 October, 2005, 3:36
They still have a lot more diging to do to get the full story.
Comment icon #3 Posted by SilverCougar on 14 October, 2005, 4:04
Birds are dinosaurs. Period. Stands a very good reason to believe this indeed.
Comment icon #4 Posted by AztecInca on 14 October, 2005, 6:44
They still have a lot more diging to do to get the full story. I agree although thr story does seem to be getting quite close to its finale!
Comment icon #5 Posted by Erikl on 15 October, 2005, 20:50
Stands a very good reason to believe this indeed. Aye, I know Silver
Comment icon #6 Posted by different on 15 October, 2005, 20:57
I agree although thr story does seem to be getting quite close to its finale! ditto


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