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New dinosoort had wings like bat
Science Scientists have a new feathered dinosoort discovered that membranous wings like a bat. It was going to be an interesting step in the evolution, which, however, had to give it up against any other development that resulted in the coming of the birds.

A fossil of the animal was in 2017 unearthed in the northeast of China, as is read in the scientific journal Nature. It was well preserved and there were visible detail of soft tissues such as the membranous wings, feathers that are only on the body occurred, and the contents of the stomach. The typical long, strong feathers that birds use to fly, there were not.

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The Institute of Vertebrate Peleontology and Paleoanthropology in Beijing, examined the fossil and concluded that it is a completely new type went. It came up with the name Ambopteryx longibrachium: a reference to the fact that the animal is both vlieghuid had as springs (Ambopteryx ) and had long arms (longibrachium). the

The animal must be 163 million years ago have lived (during the Jura), which was slightly more than 30 centimeters tall and weighed about 300 grams. Fly did it with his membranous wings of a small half a meter wide, were made of skin, supported by a long pointy wrist bone. They looked like the wings of pterosaurs and bats, but different greatly from the feathered wings of birds. (read on below)

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