Philip J. Currie
Kevin Aulemback, Philip J. Currie, Eva Koppelhus
Almost a century and half ago, the first fossil feathers were found on a 150 million year old bird from Solnhofen in Germany. The bird was given the name Archaeopteryx, which means "old wing". Unlike modern birds, it had teeth in its jaws, three clawed fingers on each of its hands, and a long bony tail.
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