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All Dinosaurs May Have Had Feathers
Newly Discovered Fossils Hint That All Dinosaurs May Have Had Feathers! Over 30 species of non-avian dinosaurs have been confirmed to have feathers, either from direct fossilized evidence of feathers, or other indicators, such as quill knobs. Up until now, all of those dinosaurs were confirmed to be carnivorous theropods, like Velociraptor and the ancestors of birds. However, fossilized remains of a new type of herbivorous dinosaur indicate that all dinosaurs may have had feathe...
Dylan Winter And The Starling Murmurations
At dusk on a winter evening in southern England a flock of 200,000 European starlings congregate to soar in breathtaking formations before roosting for the night. These incredible displays of aerial precision and biological engineering are captured in this memorable sequence from FLIGHT: THE GENIUS OF BIRDS. The DVD & Blu-ray are available for purchase now - visit www.illustramedia.com for more information. Use Coupon Code YTIM15 to save 15%!
The Golden-handed Tamarins At Birds Of Eden
A short documentary about the Golden Handed Tamarin of Birds of Eden in South Africa. Location: Birds of Eden - Plettenberg Bay - South Africa Wildlife film course at Beyond Borders Film School 25th January 2014 - 24th February 2014
This year (2014), the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and National Geographic are bringing the Birds-of-Paradise Project to the public. Get an advance look now...and witness diverse strategies of evolution at work and experience one of nature's extraordinary wonders - up close.