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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  • hondarider100r
    hondarider100r 2 days ago

    I dont have the patience for that lol.

  • Vickie Miller
    Vickie Miller 2 days ago

    Lol🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

  • Colton Worley
    Colton Worley 6 days ago

    *some dinosaurs*

  • Lord Frieza
    Lord Frieza 7 days ago

    Paleolontologist looks like hard but enjoyable work for those who love dinosaurs and other extinct animals...
    Of curse most dinosaurus had feathers.......two families of them was the famous raptor family and the second tyrannosaurodae which includes t rex tarbosaurus and other dinosaurs like these and of curse if you discover at least one type of raptor or tyrannosauroid and you discover that has feathers of curse all of its ''family'' had feathers....its like the fish every fish has fins and a shape that helps them swim or like birds every bird has feathers
    Thats how we know t rex and its family and raptors had 100% feathers...
    Huff.....

  • Liam Kerr
    Liam Kerr 7 days ago

    They had something more like quills

  • chiijjeu
    chiijjeu 8 days ago

    Not all of them though

  • Beautiful Beauty
    Beautiful Beauty 13 days ago

    I'm actually going to be a veterinarian when I grow up
    Edit: The kind that go out like to Africa and around the world with all the different animal types

  • Beautiful Beauty
    Beautiful Beauty 13 days ago

    Who else started watching coyote after wild crats was taken off netflix

  • IndigoMaster2265
    IndigoMaster2265 14 days ago

    oh thank you for showing this. i wish for everyone to know about feathered dinos

  • Ryan Madaris
    Ryan Madaris 14 days ago

    Proof... Dinosaurs died from a catastrophic flood!

  • Gracie Smith
    Gracie Smith 16 days ago

    I found this video great!!! It's awesome, because South Dakota is never recognized for anything.

  • Benjamin Alvarez
    Benjamin Alvarez 17 days ago

    My favorite dinosaur is tarbosares

  • Park Miin
    Park Miin 17 days ago

    Every T-Rex in the past must of been very proud of their popularity in the modern days nows...😂

  • Eliseo carcamo
    Eliseo carcamo 20 days ago+1

    THIS IS EPIC

  • Louis De Groote
    Louis De Groote 20 days ago

    Sucks to be you they just found out that they weren't covered in feather s

  • Owen Govender
    Owen Govender 21 days ago

    My favorite dinosaur is valoceraptor and I grow up I want to be a paleontologist

  • connie fessenden
    connie fessenden 22 days ago

    If dinosaurs were birds, and they died 65-million years ago, and birds evolved from dinosaurs, then how did birds survive the global firestorm of the K-T event?

  • Ethan Cohen
    Ethan Cohen 22 days ago

    I have a question... How are baby dinosaurs made?

  • Team Cactus
    Team Cactus 22 days ago

    Pete’s a legend

  • Can we get 1 million subs with 0 videos?

    Did I get clickbaited?