Palaeontologists have discovered a 1.4-inch dinosaur’s tail, complete with delicate feathers, bones and soft tissue, preserved in amber. The lump of resin was recovered at an amber market in northern Burma near the Chinese border, where it was destined to become jewelry. It originally came from a mine in the Hukawng Valley in Kachin state.…
via Here’s More Proof that Dinosaurs Had Feathers — TIME
I love love love popcorn, nom nom nom.
Seriously, a big container of mixed nuts and I am not entitled to any of the contents! This means war mom!
I tawt I taw a squirrel mom….
It was a Grey and odouriferoys afternoon, Keito was exploring the pantry, beaking things and motioning to mom to ‘please cook this for us mom’. Finally, mom got some lentils and dried beans out, and prepared to soak them for a birdie – ready breakfast buffet tomorrow.
Love you mommy!
Okay mom, it’s the weekend, let’s fluff our feathers & have a party! Woot Woot for the weekend. Time to rock the Canadian Shield birdie style!