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feathers and dinosaur silhouettes



I put up a new, light, and informal discussion of feathers in
reconstructing extinct dinosaurs. It focuses on how much volume feathers
can occupy on living animals - in short, on their fluffiness.

For anyone interested in the new fluffy look of non-avian theropods and
the errors that have been made in failing to embrace the new look, I'd be
delighted to get your feedback.

http://web.me.com/jasonbrougham/Site/Blog/Entries/2011/6/10_Feathers%2C_filaments%2C_and_fluffiness.html

or www.jasonbrougham.com and go to the Blog section.

Jason Brougham
Senior Principal Preparator
Department of Exhibition
American Museum of Natural History
81st Street at Central Park West
212 496 3544
jaseb@amnh.org