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Originally posted by spec_ops_wannabe on page 1:
"Yup, nothing to see here folks.
Just another Nighthawk..."
Researchers from Harvard Medical School and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center have captured and sequenced tiny pieces of collagen protein from a 68 million-year-old Tyrannosaurus rex. The protein fragments—seven in all—appear to most closely match amino acid sequences found in collagen of present day chickens.
Originally posted by kazike
reply to post by RussianScientists
Don´t worry about that, the bird was released into the wild, is explained at the end of the video.
2nd line: First time poster by the way...
Originally posted by munkey66 on page 1
"... You really have to shake your head at some of the comments.
Someone tells you what it is and people still want to claim its a reptile
In my opinion it does look like this, a nighthawk..."
Originally posted by CoolBlackHole
Stupid us...! But now I have to admit you were right. After some research, it turned out to be an obvious hoax. So it WAS a Nighthawk.
Originally posted by jfj123
reply to post by eaganthorn
Just curious how do you explain the marked difference in beak structure between the unknown bird and a nighthawk?
[edit on 21-2-2009 by jfj123]