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Re: "Feathery fossil shows birds aren't dinosaurs"



Dinogeorge@aol.com wrote:

> Some people have found a few little teeth and such from the Jurassic that
> they identify as dromaeosaurid, but these are almost certainly dinobird
> teeth--which were retained by their dromaeosaurid descendants.

    Yeah, these teeth are only superficially dromaeosaurid-like.  They most
likely aren't.

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