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Early birds had an old-school version of wings


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In comparison to modern birds, the prehistoric Archaeopteryx and bird-like dinosaurs before them had a more primitive version of a wing. The findings, reported on November 21 in Current Biology, lend support to the notion that birds are the descendants of gliding dinosaurs that spent much of their days in the trees.

 

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