99-Million-Years-Old Dinosaur Tail Covered In Feathers Was Found Preserved In Amber (8 pics + 1 video)

Posted in   9 Dec 2016   / 2934 views  

Paleontologist Lida Xing discovered the first known dinosaur tail which has feathers while collecting samples in Myanmar last year. The tail was preserved in the piece of amber the size and shape of a dried apricot. Scientists believe that the tail is around 99 million years old and that it belonged to a juvenile coelurosaur.

 


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