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Re: Young Allosaur feathers?



--- Tim Williams <twilliams_alpha@hotmail.com> wrote:
>  Nature does throw us a curve ball every now and again, e.g. 
> the presence of feather-like integument in _Sinosauropteryx_, but not in the 
> closely related _Compsognathus_.

Isn't that likely due to preservational biases? (Solnhofen only preserves
imprints of primaries; Liaoning preserves remains of all kinds of feathery 
integument.)

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