New study redefines how dinosaurs mated; Feathers may have attracted mates

A University of Alberta researcher’s examination of fossilized dinosaur tail bones has led to a breakthrough finding.

New study redefines how dinosaurs mated; Feathers may have attracted mates

Science Recorder | Jessica Lear | Friday, January 04, 2013

A study from the University of Alberta has revealed that some dinosaurs with feathers may have attracted mates based on their tail plumage. The research, which was led by University of Alberta paleontology researcher Scott Persons, specifically looked at fossils of dinosaur tail bones to reach a conclusion... To continue reading, subscribe to Science Recorder today.

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