A Feast of Feathery Fossil Posts
Tomorrow is Thanksgiving, and the American holiday wouldn’t be the same without moist slabs of gravy-drenched dinosaur meat on the table. Of course, our species was not the first to dine on dinosaur, not by a long shot, but we do it with a bit more style than the alligators, lice, sharks, and other creatures I mention over in my new Slate article on Mesozoic dinosaur feastsmy new Slate article on Mesozoic dinosaur feastsmy new Slate article on Mesozoic dinosaur feasts.
Given the nature of the celebration, it’s only fitting that I present some leftovers, too –
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