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Title: Archaeopteryx: An Early Bird
Url: http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/diapsids/birds/archaeopteryx.html
Publisher: University of California, Berkeley. Museum of Paleontology
Description: Archaeopteryx is considered by many to be the first bird, being about 150 million years of age. It is actually intermediate between the birds that we see flying around in our backyards and the predatory dinosaurs like Deinonychus. This site describes the discovery of the fossil remains and what we have learned from it. The site also contains links for further research.
LC Classification: Science -- Geology -- Paleozoology -- Chordata -- Vertebrates -- Birds
Science -- Natural history. Biology -- Biology (General) -- Evolution
Science -- Natural history. Biology -- Biology (General) -- Evolution -- Study and teaching. Research
Science -- Zoology -- Chordates. Vertebrates -- Birds -- Evolution
GEM Subject: Science
Science -- Biology
Science -- Biological and life sciences
Science -- Natural history
Science -- Paleontology
Resource Type: Image (DCMI Type Vocabulary)
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Format: html
Audience: Middle School Teachers
Secondary Education
Technical School First Cycle
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University First Cycle
University Second Cycle
Language: English
Rights: Regents of the University of California
Access Rights: Free access
Source: DLESE
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