Here’s One of the Biggest Dinosaur Discoveries of the Year

The tail itself is about 1.4 inches and covered in “delicate feathers.” Though the tail sample itself had eight vertebrae, it looks as though it’s from the middle or end of a long tail that may have had over 25 vertebrae. Researchers think the tail belonged to a juvenile coelurosaur, which is part of a group of dinosaurs that includes tyrannosaurs and modern birds.

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