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Birds of a feather

Dinosaurs and birds have a lot more in common than once believed

By Ken Howard Wilan
Globe Correspondent / August 22, 2005

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Want to know where birds come from? Go rent ''Jurassic Park." Dinosaurs, most paleontologists agree, are the ancient ancestors of the robin in the tree branch outside your window. And the more researchers learn about dinosaurs, the more they are understanding the evolutionary path of birds. (Full article: 895 words)

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