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I don't buy it (they are at it again, nothing new it seems)... no it
is not bald David (and the fur is not restricted to a dorsal fin and
above all it's NOT restricted to just one specimen of
Sinosauropteryx)... difficult to accept the superficial comparison
of fossilized ichthyosaur tissue ...
Gosh, even Beipiaosaurus has similar tissue around the arms... please
find me a frog (or any other animal from the same formation) with
"fur" and I'll believe it. The best is that we >do< have muscle
impressions (Psittacosaurus) and they are nothing like it... why is
Psittacosaurus not furry then?!
On 23 May 2007, at 12:25, Unwin, Dr D.M. wrote:
So, is Sinosauroptery really bald? You can read some soothing words
on the Nature news webpages.
PS After four and a bit days play the cricket was rained off
without a result. Surreal or what...
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