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Paleontologists in China discovered 130-million-year-old fossils of Dilong paradoxus, an ancestor of Tyrannosaurus rex, with impressions of feathers all over its body; another fossilized dinosaur (named Mei long, or “soundly sleeping dragon”) was found that appeared to have been sleeping with its head tucked under its wing like a bird.

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Paleontologists in China discovered 130-million-year-old fossils of Dilong paradoxus, an ancestor of Tyrannosaurus rex, with impressions of feathers all over its body; another fossilized dinosaur (named Mei long, or “soundly sleeping dragon”) was found that appeared to have been sleeping with its head tucked under its wing like a bird.

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