The fossils suggest that this dino was a lot like a big bird.
But just because Yi qi may have had wings like a bat doesn't necessarily mean it flew like a bat. Some scientists think it
Thrilling find. Persons told The Huffington Post in an email that the new finding was thrilling though not especially surprising
This means dinosaurs likely used visual signals to communicate with each other, Koschowitz said. Developing large, sheet
And, of course, paleontologists may have just (literally) scratched the surface when it comes to finding all there is to
How much do you know about dinosaurs? If you’re still relying on what teachers taught you in grade school and images in classic Hollywood films like 'Jurassic Park,' you just may have dinosaurs all wrong. Yes, the scientific understanding of dinosaurs - and dinosaur behavior - has changed drastically in recent years, from the way dinosaurs moved to how they thought to how they looked. HuffPost Science's Jacqueline Howard reports.
"It was a small animal, not very impressive," Godefroit said. It was about 4.9 feet (1.5 meters) long; walked on two long
Keen to know more, palaeontologists Paul Barrett of the Natural History Museum in London and David Evans of the Royal Ontario
By: Live Science Staff Published: 01/28/2013 08:49 AM EST on LiveScience Archaeopteryx was long thought by many to have been
"All of the feathered predatory dinosaurs known so far represent close relatives of birds," said study team member Oliver