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More Brooding Dinosaurs

Let’s take a closer look at how wing feathers may have evolved for the purpose of brooding, as opposed to the purpose of flight. Continue reading

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Brooding Dinosaurs

This odd looking ball of bones contains the remains of a parent dinosaur sitting on a nest full of eggs. Continue reading

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