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The last polar dinosaurs: high diversity of latest Cretaceous arctic dinosaurs in Russia
A latest Cretaceous (68 to 65 million years ago) vertebrate microfossil assemblage discovered at Kakanaut in northeastern Russia reveals that dinosaurs were still highly diversified in Arctic regionsExpand
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New specimens of Allodaposuchus precedens from France: intraspecific variability and the diversity of European Late Cretaceous eusuchians
A series of cranial remains as well as a few postcranial elements attributed to the basal eusuchian Allodaposuchus precedens are described from Velaux-La Bastide Neuve, a Late Cretaceous continentalExpand
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Simbirskiasaurus and Pervushovisaurus reassessed: implications for the taxonomy and cranial osteology of Cretaceous platypterygiine ichthyosaurs
The ichthyosaur fossil record is interspersed by several hiatuses, notably during the Cretaceous. This hampers our understanding of the evolution and extinction of this group of marine reptilesExpand
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A new long‐tailed basal bird from the Lower Cretaceous of north‐eastern China
A new basal Avialae, Jeholornis curvipes sp. nov., from the Yixian Formation (Lower Cretaceous) of Liaoning Province (north-eastern China) is described. A revision of long-tailed birds from China andExpand
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Mary Anning's legacy to French vertebrate palaeontology
The real nature of marine reptile fossils found in England between the 1700s and the beginning of the 1900s remained enigmatic until Mary Anning9s incredible fossil discoveries and their subsequentExpand
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The titanosaurian dinosaur Atsinganosaurus velauciensis (Sauropoda) from the Upper Cretaceous of southern France: New material, phylogenetic affinities, and palaeobiogeographical implications
Abstract New remains of the titanosaurian sauropod Atsinganosaurus velauciensis from its Upper Cretaceous type horizon and type locality in Velaux-La Bastide Neuve (Bouches-du-Rhone Department,Expand
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Shaking the wings and preening feathers with the beak help a bird to recover its ruffled feather vane
Abstract The feather of a bird consists of barbs which again comprise numerous barbules with micro-hooklets. This hierarchically organized feather structure provides a smooth vane to bear the loadExpand
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Feather Evolution in Pennaraptora
Two decades of paleontological discoveries of basal birds and non-avian theropods with preserved integumentary structures, especially in Late Jurassic to Early Cretaceous deposits from northeasternExpand
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