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Today’s gulls and crows have a common dinosaur ancestor. It had special, primitive wings which it lashed out to help it jump from tree to tree.
A new study of 155-million-year-old fossils of birds and dinosaurs reveals that the wings on the ancestors of today’s birds had a different... (Read Full Article)