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Re: Feathers Fly Worldwide.
Would it be presumptuous to assume that even all theropods were feathered? I
am especially referring to the megafauna theropods such as Tyrannosaurs,
etc. What about the other carnosaurs that belong to older families like the
Allosaurs? These dinosaurs are not closely related to avian dinosaurs,
> In a message dated 4/26/01 3:14:21 AM EST, email@example.com writes:
> << It results that dinosaurs were really feathered!! >>
> Not all dinosaurs were feathered, just some theropods.