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In a message dated 2/13/01 5:09:49 PM, martyniukm2@UofS.edu writes:
<< What about animals that are secondarily featherless (if any existed)? And
do you mean by feathers? Not trying to sound harsh, just curious. >>
To the latter question, take a look around you. A feather is a feather. As
far as I know, there are NO secondarily featherless critters, nor, as far as
I know, there ever were. But if there were, I'd say they were still birds.
But I don't really know as they are entirely theoretical.