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Re: Dinos with BRIGHT GREEN FEATHERS,etc



On Fri, 28 May 1999, GOBI 2010 wrote:

> Has anyone else "Feathered" a herbivoir for fun?

There would be several examples on my site, except that the server's down.
ARGH! There are those who think feather-like integument could be primitive
for all of Dinosauria, then lost in large forms, hence the scaly skin
impressions of hadrosaurids, ceratopsids, _Carnotaurus_, etc.

_Beipiaosaurus_ and _Caudipteryx_ could be herbivores. Also ...
don't forget herbivorous birds!!!

Ducking--

--T. Mike Keesey                                    <tkeese1@gl.umbc.edu>
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