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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.