Rise of the feathered dinosaurs
is an article in Nature which starts out with this... "An exceptionally well-preserved fossil hints
that feathers might
have been a feature of all dinosaurs."
Well.... this latest find is not really feathers... but as the article says, this fossil has “vertical skin structures that might
To help our imagination, there is also a sketch of POSSIBLE follicles, along with this caption "interpretative drawing showing possible follicles".
Historical science ....interpretations... if you want feathers, you see feathers.
Did 50 ton dinosaurs really have feathers?