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Tests Confirm T. Rex Kinship With Birds

Mistshadow2k4 (748958) writes | about 6 years ago

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From the article: "In the first analysis of proteins extracted from dinosaur bones, scientists say they have established more firmly than ever that the closest living relatives of the mighty predator Tyrannosaurus rex are modern birds." This was discovered by testing the soft tissue recent

From the article: "In the first analysis of proteins extracted from dinosaur bones, scientists say they have established more firmly than ever that the closest living relatives of the mighty predator Tyrannosaurus rex are modern birds." This was discovered by testing the soft tissue recently found in fossils.

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