Monday, April 06, 2009

Blogger Sign In Problem

I went onto the Blogger forum. There were plaintive and angry posts from people who are having the same problem. I assume Google will fix it.

In the meantime, enjoy the feathered dinosaurs. All previous feathered dinosaurs have been therapods. These belong to the other great branch of dinosaur evolution, the one that led to Triceratops (among others) and not to the therapods.

This means feathers go way back into dinosaur history and must be more wide-spread than we have realized.

Calloo! Callay!

Notice that the dinosaurs in this lovely picture are just sauntering along and looking around. Their mouths are closed. They are not leaping and clawing. Restful dinosaurs...


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Did you know there were ancient kangaroos that were tall enough and with long enough arms to eat tree leaves? Not a good survival skill on a continent where most of the tree leaves contain poisonous oils but interesting none the less.

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