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Here’s an amazing fossil find of yet another feathered dinosaur, strongly suggesting that not just some but most dinosaurs had feathers:
The discovery of a fantastically preserved, bushy-tailed fossil theropod has cloaked the dinosaur world in feathers.
Named Sciurumimus — Latin for “squirrel-mimic” — albersdoerferi, the dinosaur lived 150 million years ago in what is now Germany. When it died, it came to rest in sediments so fine-grained that they preserved an almost photographic impression of the filaments covering its body.