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Re: Bambiraptor feinbergi



In a message dated 4/6/00 3:57:15 PM Mountain Daylight Time, 
lcolema1@maine.rr.com writes:

<< Researchers have unveiled what may be the most
 convincing evolutionary link yet between dinosaurs and birds: a 75
 million-year-old creature with a roadrunner's body, arms that resembled
 clawed wings and hair-like feathers.  >>


First, there were no feathers, this is some journalists daydream...sure, 
small endothermic dino, likely had feathers...evidence...none, mere 
speculation, careful folks.

<< Linster christened the specimen bambiraptor because it's small like Bambi. 
>>

It was original christened Bambinoraptor, bambino being baby (small) in 
Italian.  Pick your poison...either way its...well...silly, but that is just 
an opinion.