Dinosaur for Dinner?

Smith, Natalie
November 2013
Scholastic SuperScience;Nov/Dec2013, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p8
The article reports that scientist have found some evidence of a close relationship between birds and dinosaurs. Paleontologists Matt Wedel, states that there are many meat eating skeletons of dinosaurs looked similar to the skeletons of birds. Scientists say birds grew with V-Shaped collarbones, which help them to fly, but they also found that the dinosaurs also had V-shaped collarbones. The article states that T.rex and Turkeys share same features in their skeletons.


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