Feathered dinosaurs may have been the rule, not the exception

Newly discovered plant-eating species wore both scales and plumes

FULL OF FEATHERS  A feathered dinosaur only distantly related to birds, shown in an illustration, suggests that plumage may have been much more common among dinosaurs than scientists suspected.

Courtesy of Pascale Golinvaux/RBINS

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