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  1. MrGorsh
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    Feathers aren’t as unique as said here. True feathers might be exclusive to Coelurosauria, but filamentous ingegument certainly aren’t. Tianyulong and the recently mentioned siberian Neornithischian are an indicator that our understanding of dinosaurian integument is still poor and the way too often favored entirely scaly skin might not always be the ‘safe’ pick when restoring an extinct animal.

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    […] Feathers Were ‘Peculiar’ to Special Set of Dinosaurs, New Fossil Study Finds (westerndigs.org) […]

  3. Rafael
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    That picture was made by Nobu Tamura, not Arthur Weasley. http://ntamura.deviantart.com/art/Nothronychus-76973007

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