Dinosaurs probably shook their tail feathers and "struck a pose" to attract mates

After studying a curious feature in the tail section of oviraptor fossils, a paleontologist from the University of Alberta has concluded that these small dinosaurs must have used their tail plumage to attract mates, a strong indication that these creatures were more sophisticated, elegant — and daintier than… »1/07/13 1:06pm1/07/13 1:06pm