By NAOKI HIRANO/ Staff Writer
December 4, 2019 at 07:10 JST
An image created by Masanori Yoshida, an associate professor at Kobe Design University, reproduces what a newly discovered bird species named Fukuipteryx prima looked like. (Provided by Fukui Prefectural University’s Institute of Dinosaur Research)
EIHEIJI, Fukui Prefecture--A fossilized bird unearthed from stratum dating back 120 million years is a previously unknown species that appears to belong to the second oldest bird genus, researchers said. [Read More]
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