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Earliest Birds Had Four Wings

According to fossil analysis by Chinese scientists, some of the world’s first birds, which lived 150 to 100 million years ago, used feathered hind limbs as an additional set of wings and appear to have flown in a manner similar to biplanes. What do you think?

  • “That sounds so badass. Unless it flapped all four wings. Then it’s pretty dorky.”

    Micky Cobley
    Woodenware Assembler
  • “Wow! I can’t wait to see birds of the future with just one wing!”

    Francisco Faccio
    Furnace Cleaner
  • “Yeah, right. ‘Chinese scientists'."

    Samantha Tindall
    Pearl Restorer
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