This illustration provided by Dinostar Co. shows the dinosaur, Yi qi, which is Mandarin for “strange wing.” Dinosaurs normally used feathers for flight, but the newly discovered creature evidently had wings made of skin instead, like a bat’s, described in a paper released by the journal Nature on Wednesday.
This illustration provided by Dinostar Co. shows the dinosaur, Yi qi, which is Mandarin for “strange wing.” Dinosaurs normally used feathers for flight, but the newly discovered creature evidently had wings made of skin instead, like a bat’s, described in a paper released by the journal Nature on Wednesday. The Associated Press
This illustration provided by Dinostar Co. shows the dinosaur, Yi qi, which is Mandarin for “strange wing.” Dinosaurs normally used feathers for flight, but the newly discovered creature evidently had wings made of skin instead, like a bat’s, described in a paper released by the journal Nature on Wednesday. The Associated Press

LETTERS Twin tunnels, Delta, race card, tobacco money, extinct dinosaur, etc.

May 01, 2015 5:00 PM

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