By: Pat Shipman
398 pages, B/w photos, illus, tabs
Archaeopteryx was a celebrated fossil skeleton discovered in Bavaria in the 19th century, remarkable for its combination of feathered wings and reptilian skull. It became the subject of heated evolutionary debate. Through its story, the author explores the origins of flight and recounts the history of the continuing controversy.
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