Carbon dating dinosaur soft tissue
A fossil of the salamander Chunerpeton shows not only the preserved skeleton but also its skin and external gills. Hopefully scientists in the west will get a chance to closely examine these soft tissue samples.
One is the feathered dinosaur Epidexipteryx whose soft tissues have been revealed by the use of ultraviolet light scanners.
Heme is a part of hemoglobin, the protein that carries oxygen in the blood and gives red blood cells their color.
“It got me real curious as to exceptional preservation,” she says.
What they have been telling us simply does not fit the facts.
The truth is that this latest find is even more evidence that dinosaurs are far, far younger than we have traditionally been taught.
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