These winged dinosaurs hurtled through the trees like haywire hang gliders
Sabrina Imbler, The New York Times
Posted at Oct 23 08:34 AM
During a blip in time in the late Jurassic, a dinosaur that weighed no more than a chinchilla flung itself from tree to tree, spread its wings and tried to soar. In theory, it sounds beautiful — an early attempt at flight before birds figured out the blueprint.
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