Did dinosaurs need feathers to fly?


This 18 November 2019 video from the Natural History Museum in London, England says about itself:

Did dinosaurs need feathers to fly?

First found in 2017, Ambopteryx had unusual wings when compared to those of the more commonly known winged species, Archaeopteryx.

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