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Chinese paleontologists discover bizarre dinosaur fossils


16:23, April 05, 2012

Photo provided by the Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, shows the 3D drawing of the bizarre species of giant feathered dinosaur in Beijing, capital of China, April 5, 2012. Paleontologists of the Chinese Academy of Sciences said on Thursday they have found a bizarre species of giant feathered dinosaur, which is by far the biggest feathered dinosaur ever to have been unearthed. Three nearly complete skeletons of the dinosaur have been uncovered in beds of sediment in northeast China's Liaoning Province, the scientists reported in "Nature". (Xinhua/Wu Jingjing)

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Paul (London) at 2012-04-0886.8.254.*
This looks amazing but it would be interesting to know the dimensions of the skeletons.
wende at 2012-04-0671.255.86.*
In the AP report, not a single Chinese scientist was mentioned. This is odd!

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