New Series Announcement! | Natural News from The Field Museum

New Series Announcement! | Natural News from The Field Museum

In 2015, Field Museum scientists published 226 books and papers and had their work cited more than 10,000 times. They studied specimens from every continent on the planet, including those in the ocean and others in outer space and in the process discovered 148 new archeological sites and 160 new species to science. We lent…Continue reading New Series Announcement! | Natural News from The Field Museum

Did dinosaurs need feathers to fly? | Natural History Museum

Did dinosaurs need feathers to fly? | Natural History Museum

When some dinosaurs began evolving wings, most began to form bird-like structures So what do the bat-like wings of the Ambopteryx tell us about the evolution of birds? Towards the end of the Jurassic, some small feathered dinosaur species began to evolve wing structures similar to modern birds’. A famous example of this is Archaeopteryx,…Continue reading Did dinosaurs need feathers to fly? | Natural History Museum