Albertonykus
Examination of multiple feather-preserving Mesozoic bird specimens has shown that pennaceous leg and foot feathers (previously already known in Archaeopteryx, Microraptor, Anchiornis, and others) were widespread in basal avialans.
But what are the implications of this? Let’s find out.

Examination of multiple feather-preserving Mesozoic bird specimens has shown that pennaceous leg and foot feathers (previously already known in Archaeopteryx, Microraptor, Anchiornis, and others) were widespread in basal avialans.

But what are the implications of this? Let’s find out.

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