The discovery of dinosaur feathers in an ancient chunk of amber is just the latest piece of evidence showing the evolutionary link between modern birds and prehistoric creatures, scientists say.
Published: The New Daily, 10/12/16
The tail of a 99 million-year-old dinosaur has been found entombed in amber, an unprecedented discovery that has blown away scientists.
Xing Lida, a Chinese paleontologist found the specimen, the size of a dried apricot, at an amber market in northern Myanmar near the Chinese border. 474 more words
Imagine a relaxing pine forest with a soft carpet of orange needles and gentle green boughs waving in the breeze. Wood ears grow on fallen logs, and little insects scurry around the ferns and the air is filled with the slightly spicy smell of pines. 436 more words