• Google

    After the cataclysm that wiped out most of the dinosaurs, only one group of birds remained: the ancestors of the birds we see today. A newly described fossil from one of those extinct bird groups, cousins of today’s birds, deepens the mystery of why only one family of birds survived the extinction. /Link




    After the cataclysm that wiped out most of the dinosaurs, only one group of birds remained: the ancestors of the birds we see today. A newly described fossil from one of those extinct bird groups, cousins of today’s birds, deepens the mystery of why only one family of birds survived the extinction. submitted by /u/drewiepoodle
    [link] [comments]



    (@)/u/drewiepoodle

    Published on 13 Nov 2018 at 08:47PM



















  • Recent Posts








    ^Comments