This feathery dinosaur probably flew, but not like any bird you know
In 1861, German paleontologist Christian Erich Hermann von Meyer wrote a short paper about a fossil so unusual he first thought it was a fake. What appeared to be a bird feather was pressed into 150-million-year-old limestone. Von Meyer labeled it …
New Evidence Suggests Archaeopteryx Could Fly—We Just Don’t Know How
The early bird got to fly: Archaeopteryx was an active flyer
Dino-bird had wings made for flapping, not just gliding
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