Flying Dromaeosaurs

@inproceedings{Czerkas2005FlyingD,
  title={Flying Dromaeosaurs},
  author={Stephen A. Czerkas and Dianshuang Zhang and Jinglu Li and Yuanqi Li},
  year={2005}
}
Dromaeosaurs have been regarded as theropod dinosaurs that were among the closest avian ancestors which were strictly terrestrial having not yet evolved the ability to fly. Consequently, phylogenetic analyses have resulted in the claims of birds having evolved from “the ground up” within a dinosaurian ancestry. Though widely accepted, the relationship between birds and dinosaurs has remained highly controversial and disputed by advocates of birds as having been derived from an arboreal, non… CONTINUE READING