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Earliest known bird nestling which has dinosaur-like skull and teeth. : Stock Photo
It was found in Spain's Pyrenees and later fixed in synthetic resin. The bones of the 135-million-year-old fossil bear microscopic pits like those of modern juvenile birds.

Earliest known bird nestling which has dinosaur-like skull and teeth.

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O. Louis Mazzatenta
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It was found in Spain's Pyrenees and later fixed in synthetic resin. The bones of the 135-million-year-old fossil bear microscopic pits like those of modern juvenile birds.
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