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A team of paleontologists suggested that dinosaurs developed wings to attract mates. “Maybe they ran around with their arms outstretched,” said the lead researcher, “to show off how pretty their feathers were.”

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A team of paleontologists suggested that dinosaurs developed wings to attract mates. “Maybe they ran around with their arms outstretched,” said the lead researcher, “to show off how pretty their feathers were.”

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