Well you can.... the feathers would have been imprinted in the rocks so when they dig up the fossils it's there.
@hasher2288, stop ruining the chance for huge fat birds with your logic and fairy wisdom!
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I want to see this guy is Jurassic World 2
Well scientist do theorise that they evolved into chickens
@aminalFacks, false. They share a common ancestor but they didn’t evolve directly into birds. C’mon aminalfacks I expect my extinct aminal knowledge to be delivered in an accurate and orderly manner
@Jesus Chrysler, they've tested soft collagen from T Rex bones and the DNA from the Trex is almost identical to that of a modern day chicken.
@aminalFacks, they did NOT recover any DNA from it. DNA does not survive more than half a million years. We do know that birds are celorasaurian dinosaurs (and closely related to tyrannosaurs). BUT tyrannosaurus did not directly evolve into chickens or anything else for that matter. It became extinct at the end of the Cretaceous. Birds had already evolved by the middle Jurassic
@Jesus Chrysler, a random guy I spoke to in a pub years ago, told me he used to work at the natural history museum and if they didn't keep painting the T-Rex with lead paint, people who spent a good length of time by it would get radiation poisoning... Crazy if true
@Jesus Chrysler, there is a guy named Dr. Hans Larson (sp?) at McGill who studies evolution and developmental biology specifically in dinosaurs. I don’t know enough about it, but you might want to check out some of his research. From your knowledge of this topic, it might be something you’re interested in.
There’s an interesting book on the topic of animal representation in paleoart called All Yesterdays, if some of you are interested, its pretty neat and gives a good idea how little we know how these animals looked
Somebody needs to color this. Like a robin or a parrot .