China at the time of the dinosaurs sparrows were toothy

05.02.2004

05.02.2004

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Chinese and American scientists have found the fossilized remains of an unusual bird, whose age is 125 million years old. "This bird is quite unique," — said paleontologist Luis Chiappe of the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County. — "In the world of birds and dinosaurs

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Paleontologists were able for the first time to determine the sex of fossil protoptits

Paleontologists have learned to determine the sex of fossil birds konfutsiornisov bone present in the body of mature females, so it became clear that only males have beautiful "brushes" on the tail, the prints are often found in the Mesozoic deposits, according to a paper published in the journal Nature Communications.

Over the past 20 years, scientists have discovered several dozen species and protoptits ptitseyascherov that lived on Earth in the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods. The function and appearance of the first story of feathers remains unclear. Part paleontologists believe that they appeared to attract females, and others associated with

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USA: Flying Lizards outscored the diversity of birds

03.12.2004

03.12.2004

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Independent research team of Dr. Luis Chiappe (Luis Chiappe) of the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles (Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County) and the group of Dr. Qiang Ji (Qiang Ji) of the University of Nanking (Nanjing University) have shown that a variety of flying

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