Feathers: 200 Million Years In Just Over 3 Minutes

Last year I wrote in National Geographic about the long, remarkable history of feathersLast year I wrote in National Geographic about the long, remarkable history of feathersLast year I wrote in National Geographic about the long, remarkable history of feathers. The folks at TED-Ed (the educational wing of TED) invited me to boil down that history to about three minutes–accompanied by a splendid animation by Armeilia Leung. Here’s what we came up with.

For more information, you can visit the video’s page at TED-Ed.

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