|A photograph of the skull and mandible of Yutyrannus huali (ELDM V1001). From Xu et al., 2012.|
|Life restoration of Yutyrannus huali, using ELDM V1001 as a reference. By Pilsator, from Wikipedia.|
And with that, I'm back! Yes, you can find out loads more about this critter all over the blogosphere; the coverage at the time of publication was extensive. But it's a start. I'll be back tomorrow with another "thing I learned this semester". Until then, happy May!
Xu, X., Wang, K, Zhang, K., Ma, Q., Xing, L., Sullivan, C., Hu, D., Cheng, S., & Wang, S. 2012. A gigantic feathered dinosaur from the Lower Cretaceous of China. Nature. doi: 10.1038/nature10906