A 99-Million-Year-Old Dinosaur Tail Complete With Feathers Found Preserved in Cretaceous Amber

A 99-million-year-old dinosaur tail complete with feathers has been found preserved in cretaceous amber, the first discovery of its kind. The remarkable tail was found in Kachin State, Myanmar by a team led by Dr. Lida Xing from China University of Geosciences, and through examination the team believes the tail belonged to a coelurosaur. A paper about the discovery has been published in journal Current Biology.

via National Geographic