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Re: SAUROPOD FEATHERS



> Not true,  Sinosauropteryx has filaments

Apparently _branched_ filaments, according to the newest paper (Can. J.
Earth Sci.), so maybe feathers of the same type as *Sinornithosaurus* and
NGMC 91.

> Sharovipterx has scales on the tail and snout, but
> smooth neck skin.

Really? Cool.