PROOF...Dinosaurs had FEATHERS!

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  • Published on:  9/16/2018
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    On this episode of Beyond Dinosaurs, Coyote and the crew head to Hill City, South Dakota, to visit the Black Hills Institute of Geological Research, teaming up with renowned paleontologist Peter Larson! We go behind the scenes to continue exploring their fossil archive, and the team may have found proof that DINOSAURS had FEATHERS…

    Get ready to find out if the team can discover if DINOSAURS really had FEATHERS!


    HUGE thanks to the Black Hills Institute of Geological Research, Peter Larson, and his team! Make sure to visit the Black Hills Institute website for more information: http://www.bhigr.com

    Archive footage/media Courtesy of Black Hills Institute.

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  • Savage Titan (Sep 16, 2018)

    When I grow up I want to be a paleontologist

  • DinosaurGirl135M (10 minutes ago)

    Same here

  • HENRY THE RC CAR (Sep 17, 2018)

    *This show is TV quality!* 🤠

  • Beautiful Beauty (Dec 5, 2018)

    ikr

  • Wolff (Sep 25, 2018)

    TV quality, but should not go to TV. It would, to me, kind of ruin it all.

  • NPC420187692018 (Sep 16, 2018)

    When i grow up i want to be a T-Rex

  • •Itsme_ Annie• (6 days ago)

    When i groww up i want to be aPoop

  • Karma (Jan 8, 2019)

    When i go grow up imma be dead yay!

  • Derpson XPX (Sep 16, 2018)

    What if Dinosaurs were actually really smart, and they built a rocket to leave earth. And the skeletons left behind was just a distraction...

  • The Weird MEME Guy (Feb 3, 2019)

    +Abnormal Junglefowl it's just a theroy

  • Abnormal Junglefowl (Feb 1, 2019)

    +The Weird MEME Guy do you seriously believe this? Why do you think dinosaurs were the smartest to ever live? They're definitely not.

  • YouTube User (Sep 17, 2018)

    Growing up, my dad was friends with the director of paleontology in my area. One day, he took us into the fossil archive and let me see all sorts of fossils! Just like this! At one point, he pulled out a complete juvenile sabertooth skull, it was about the size of a lacrosse ball. He told me to put out my hands so I may hold it. Just as he laid it to rest in my hand -- the thing literally crumbled half in my hands and half in his. I did my best to hold all the pieces but I will never forget looking up ...

  • TheSmurfymixels (Jan 27, 2019)

    Dbz is finger licking good Okay.....

  • TheSmurfymixels (Jan 27, 2019)

    I got to meet with a paleontologist yesterday, it was a lot of fun. Apparently a titanosaur from Madagascar is looking to be the size of Argentinosaurus and Patagotitan. They also came across a big supplementary area of majangasaurus bones.

  • 19thHour (Sep 16, 2018)

    Dinosaurs STILL have feathers :D

  • Drake Contreras (Jan 9, 2019)

    Shockal birds aren’t the only dinosaur left

  • lizard zilla (Jan 5, 2019)

    My chicken chased down a lizard and t rex style snapped it's neck and then ate it's stomach contents and then it velociraptor pounced on a local raccoon with it's friends and ate it together

  • Quality Person (Sep 16, 2018)

    *Throws T-Rex Into The Sky* | “Fly little buddy!”

  • Gina Ibanez (Jan 14, 2019)

    Quality Person I 👍 your humor

  • AmbivalentAxe (Nov 16, 2018)

    Fly you... Flightless...bird

  • ChillaystiKz (Sep 17, 2018)

    I remember when I wanted to be a paleontologist... still want to. Btw not all Dinosaurs had feathers.

  • Zorcer (Dec 23, 2018)

    +Kaili Richey skin can leave imprints... that's how you know they have scales or feathers or whatever

  • The Meme Inspector (Sep 28, 2018)

    +Kaili Richey What do you mean? You don't have to see a dinosaur to know it had feathers.

  • Memetastic (Sep 17, 2018)

    Ok so basically it feathers

  • Kaberator (Sep 17, 2018)

    I’m monky

  • pennysmith2012 (Sep 17, 2018)

    Memetastic it apples

  • Pteranus Rex (Sep 16, 2018)

    When I’m adult I want to be paleontologist, reptile breederer or work with reptiles.

  • M B (Sep 18, 2018)

    +Ivy Goliath not birds or reptiles. Many Dinosaurs were reptile like, but were warm blooded animals. All reptiles are cold blooded. There was an era of reptile dominance, a few hundred million years before the dinosaurs were dominating the landscape. Large, reptilian animals, some with huge webbed like fins that ran along their spines. They spread out those fin sails down their backs to absorb heat from the sun. Just like reptiles today, they needed to get warmed up to become active. They too experien...

  • Evil Smile邪惡之笑 (Sep 18, 2018)

    well first you should use proper grammar