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I was wondering if anyone had heard about the new discovery that should
finally put to rest the argument against birds evolving from dinosaurs.
If you haven't, then I'll be the first to tell you. I don't know a whole
lot yet, but this is what I know: the second half of NPR's talk of the
nation Science Friday radio show (2:30 P.M.) described in detail a new
find which may prove many scientists (for one Bob Bakker) correct in
their theory that birds were directly descended from dinosaurs. So here
it is: it is a theropod of about medium size (10-15 feet) which was
found with preserved feathers. If anyone knows any more, please tell me.