Paleontologists have found a tiny segment of dinosaur tail preserved in a golden nugget of amber from Myanmar, dating back 100 million years. It's only about the size of a toonie but it's just chock full of stuff," said U of A paleontologist Scott Persons, a member of the international team of researchers behind the discovery."When you look through it, you can see a number of insects that are preserved in there, a few scraps of what appears to be vegetation — and then the big thing that we have is a very small section of a tiny dinosaur tail." Persons said the shape of the tail vertebrae of the plumed creature suggests the dinosaur was a two-legged carnivore, no bigger than a common bird.We understand that romance isn’t all unicorns and stardust – planning and hard work are needed to keep connections alight. We are serious about finding you a perfect match and nurturing you to be one as well.As your trusted confidant and cheerleader, we help you along the journey with our empathetic service and innovative flair for creating exceptional experiences.
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