Kulindadromeus: scaly and feathered birdie


Kulindadromeus fossils were recently found in a site in Siberia; several really well preserved partial skeletons and six complete skulls, which is amazing because small skulls rarely survive. This discovery was huge because it was the first plant-eating dinosaur scientists had examined which had feathers. This proved that not only the carnivores were feathered, but that possibly all dinosaurs could have had them, or at least the potential to grow them.


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