Evolutionary Transitions Among Dinosaurs: Examples from the Jurassic of China

@article{Clark2009EvolutionaryTA,
  title={Evolutionary Transitions Among Dinosaurs: Examples from the Jurassic of China},
  author={J. Clark and Xing Xu},
  journal={Evolution: Education and Outreach},
  year={2009},
  volume={2},
  pages={236-247}
}
Dinosaurs have captured the popular imagination more than any other extinct group of organisms and are therefore a powerful tool in teaching evolutionary biology. Most students are familiar with a wide variety of dinosaurs and the relative suddenness of their extinction, but few are aware of the tremendous longevity of their time on Earth and the richness of their fossil record. We first review some of the best-known groups of dinosaurs and discuss how their less-specialized relatives elucidate… Expand
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