4-Winged Fossil Bird
“It has feathers on its hind legs that resemble wings”, said Taylor. Supposedly since it predates many dinosaurs which evolutionists want it to have evolved from, it is necessary to say it is some sort of “proto” bird. It has some similarities to Dr. Sankar Chatterjee’s “Proto Avis” which has long been scorned by bird evolutionists. I re-examined a cast of the famous archeopteryx and surprisingly I noticed what looked like feathers on its leg! Maybe lots of fossil birds had feathered legs! Order a cast of this great fossil and see for yourself.
Article copyright Mt. Blanco, originally published 2001-2005. Re-posted 2015
*Mt. Blanco Archives: Because of the many changes since Mt. Blanco opened in 1998, we are re-posting many of the old updates, articles, etc. that were originally on our website. Some of the information may be out of date, but each of our archived articles are an important part of Mt. Blanco Fossil Museum’s history.
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