The First Dinosaur Tail Ever Found Preserved in Amber is Covered in Feathers — Colossal

Photo by R. C. McKellar, Royal Saskatchewan Museum. Courtesy National Geographic. A micro-CT scan reveals the delicate feathers that cover the dinosaur tail. Photo by Lida Xing, courtesy National Geographic. The first known dinosaur tail preserved in a piece of amber was recently discovered by paleontologist Lida Xing while collection samples in Myanmar last year.…

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