The First Biplanes Were Dinosaurs
A biplane glider Microraptor gui from China compared with the Wright 1903 Flyer.
Dinosaur Packed Venom in Fangs
The dinosaur Sinornithosaurus (left) might have used venom delivered with its teeth to help it hunt birds.
Feathered Dinosaurs Leapt from Trees, Not the Ground
Scientists created a plastic model of a microraptor to show its gliding capabilities.
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Jennifer Welsh is a Connecticut-based science writer and editor and a regular contributor to Live Science. She also has several years of bench work in cancer research and anti-viral drug discovery under her belt. She has previously written for Science News, VerywellHealth, The Scientist, Discover Magazine, WIRED Science, and Business Insider.