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Author Topic:   A New Species of Archaeopteryx Described
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11-02-2018 8:02 AM
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11-01-2018 9:01 PM


These characteristics are seen more in modern flying birds and are not found in the older Archaeopteryx lithographica species, which more resembles reptiles and dinosaurs.
Gosh, traits intermediate between older fossils and modern birds, who would've thunk that would happen ...
Just because it is what evolution predicts.
Another test of the Theory of Evolution and it's ability to explain the fossil past ... and it validates the theory.
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