Unfortunately for your wild childhood imagination, paleontologists recently decided that all dinosaurs probably had feathers to help insulate them during the holidays much the same way we hairless mammals use hideous sweaters to keep our nipsies from falling off like scabs in cold weather. A new chain of fossil evidence also suggests that Similicaudiptery, an early oviraptor that pranced jauntily about China, Mongolia, and Alberta during the Cretaceous, may have used feathers to attract mates, just like a peacock or turkey, only bigger, faster, and with teeth. Good luck sleeping tonight!
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