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  1. jurek

    An unusually large bird wing in mid-Cretaceous Burmese amber

    It is interesting because enantiornithes are said to fly almost directly after hatching and grow very slowly to adult size. So there should not be much flightless stage? Possibly they were flightless for a short time and scrambled over branches using the wing claws and feet in the manner of...
  2. jurek

    An unusually large bird wing in mid-Cretaceous Burmese amber

    I find it interesting that in modern times, birds get caught in tree resin either never or so rarely that I cannot recall a written comment.
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