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Re: Best _Guanlong wucaii_ headline
On Thursday, February 9, 2006, at 10:48 AM, Thomas R. Holtz, Jr. wrote:
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don't know if it's been debated before, but the reconstruction shows a
somewhat feathery creature, not to mention the _quite_ wing-like
know that feathers are known for a long time now, and that it
coelurosaurs, at least, quite early. Is there any evidence that *G.
fossils(s) show these features?
Another member recently noted the presence of a semilunate carpal.
After reading "Dinosaurs of the Air", that feature makes it highly
likely arm feathers were present, necessitating the need for a way to
fold the feathers out of harm's way when not in use