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Scientific Classification
  Kingdom Animalia
  Phylum Chordata
  Class Sauropsida
  Superorder Dinosauria
  Order Saurischia
  Suborder Theropoda
  (unranked) Coelurosauria
  Infraorder Deinonychosauria
  Family Dromaeosauridae
  Subfamily Microraptorinae
  Genus Microraptor
Microraptor was a very small dinosaur that lived in Northeast China during the Cretaceous period, about 120 million years ago.

The initial discovery and naming of Microraptor was somewhat controversial. It was initially described based on a patchwork of unrelated dinosaur fossils that had been attached to each other (a "chimeric" specimen) to produce a forgery, and this forgery had been smuggled from China to the United States. It turned out however that within the forgery were the first fossils of Microraptor (other fossils have subsequently been found).

Microraptor has feathers, and is unusual as it has flight feathers on both its arms/hands and on its legs/feet (it also had feathers on its body, and a diamond-shaped group of feathers on its tail). It is not entirely clear how it used these feathers, and scientists have debated whether the animal parachuted from trees or was able to take off from groudn. What is certain, is that in flight it would have used all four wings. We do not currently know whether this is a side branch in the evolution of birds, or whether bird ancestors developed flight through an early four-winged stage (as early as 1915 some paleontologists suggested that birds may have had yet-to-be-discovered four-winged ancestor, which they named "Tetrapteryx").


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Microraptor was a carnivore (meat-eater) that lived about 120 million years ago

Microraptor was a carnivore (meat-eater) that lived about 120 million years ago

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Here is a summary of some of the key facts about Microraptor:
  1. Microraptor was a genus of dinosaur.

  2. "Microraptor" means "small thief".

  3. Microraptor was a member of the Saurischia ("lizard-hipped") order of dinosaurs. What this means, is that although Microraptor was not closely related to lizards, it did have similarly shaped pelvic bones.

  4. Microraptor was a Theropod - a member of a group of related bipedal dinosaurs that included the ancestors of birds (although Microraptor was not itself an ancestor of birds).

  5. Microraptor lived about 120 million years ago, during the Cretaceous period.

  6. Microraptor lived in Northeast China.

  7. Microraptor was a carnivore (meat-eater).

  8. Microraptor was about 1½ to 2¾ feet (46 to 84 centimeters) long.

  9. Microraptor weighed up to 2¼ pounds (1 kilogram).


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Neffy and the Feathered Dinosaurs
By Joe Lillington

Flying Eye Books
Released: 2016-10-11
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It was a very special day for Neffy the Microraptor—she would be taking her first flight. But when Neffy spread her wings she didn't know what she was supposed to do! Will she learn in time to join her sisters and escape the predators on the ground?

In this informative and fact-based story, Joe Lillington takes the reader back to the time of dinosaurs as we follow young Neffy in her first attempt at flying. Along the way, she meets other friendly dinosaurs (and some not so friendly ones), all illustrated in Lillington's beautiful style full of character.
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The Rise of Birds: 225 Million Years of Evolution
By Sankar Chatterjee

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  • Johns Hopkins University Press
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A small set of fossilized bones discovered almost thirty years ago led paleontologist Sankar Chatterjee on a lifelong quest to understand their place in our understanding of the history of life. They were clearly the bones of something unusual, a bird-like creature that lived long, long ago in the age of dinosaurs. He called it Protoavis, and the animal that owned these bones quickly became a contender for the title of "oldest known bird." In 1997, Chatterjee published his findings in the first edition of The Rise of Birds.

Since then Chatterjee and his colleagues have searched the world for more transitional bird fossils. And they have found them. This second edition of The Rise of Birds brings together a treasure trove of fossils that tell us far more about the evolution of birds than we once dreamed possible.

With no blind allegiance to what he once thought he knew, Chatterjee devours the new evidence and lays out the most compelling version of the birth and evolution of the avian form ever attempted. He takes us from Texas to Spain, China, Mongolia, Madagascar, Australia, Antarctica, and Argentina. He shows how, in the "Cretaceous Pompeii" of China, he was able to reconstruct the origin and evolution of flight of early birds from the feathered dinosaurs that lay among thousands of other amazing fossils.

Chatterjee takes us to where long-hidden bird fossils dwell. His compelling, occasionally controversial, revelations―accompanied by spectacular illustrations―are a must-read for anyone with a serious interest in the evolution of "the feathered dinosaurs," from vertebrate paleontologists and ornithologists to naturalists and birders.

Velociraptor and Other Raptors: The Need-to-Know Facts (Dinosaur Fact Dig)
By Rebecca Rissman

Capstone Press
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Velociraptor and Other Raptors: The Need-to-Know Facts (Dinosaur Fact Dig)
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Raptors like Velocirpator were small, deadly dinosaurs. These carnivores and omnivores may have looked like birds, but they couldn't get off the ground. Bold images, colorful maps, and interesting facts take readers back to a time when these deadly hunters walked the earth. This book supports common core standards.
The Smartest Dinosaurs (Meet the Dinosaurs)
By Don Lessem

Millbrook Press TM
Released: 2013-08-01
Kindle Edition (32 pages)

The Smartest Dinosaurs (Meet the Dinosaurs)
 
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"Dino" Don Lessem brings readers face-to-face with various dinosaur species, detailing their habitats, way of life and how they became extinct. An acclaimed dinosaur expert, Don Lessem has written more than 30 children's books, writes a popular dinosaur column in Highlights magazine, and was an adviser for Jurassic Park. Take a trip through dinosaur time to meet these smart dinosaurs face-to-face: Troodon were the smartest dinosaurs! They would dig their prey (small rodents) out of the ground and could predict the movements of bugs! Giganotosaurus can recognize many dinosaurs from very far away by their smell! The Deinonychus worked together to sneak up on and surround their prey! Plus, you'll get to know Gallimimus, Laellynasaura, Microraptor, and Tyrannosaurus Rex!

The Deadliest Dinosaurs (Meet the Dinosaurs)
By Don Lessem

Millbrook Press TM
Released: 2013-08-01
Kindle Edition (40 pages)

The Deadliest Dinosaurs (Meet the Dinosaurs)
 
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"Dino" Don Lessem brings readers face-to-face with various dinosaur species, detailing their habitats, way of life and how they became extinct. An acclaimed dinosaur expert, Don Lessem has written more than 30 children's books, writes a popular dinosaur column in Highlights magazine, and was an adviser for Jurassic Park. Take a trip through dinosaur time to meet these deadly dinosaurs face-to-face: The Variraptor had pointy teeth with grooves like steak knives to saw through meat! The Draeomaeosaurus was the first raptor ever discovered. It had a very large brain! The Microraptor was no larger than a crow and is the closet known relative to birds! Plus, you'll get to know Utahraptor, Deinonychus, Megaraptor, Pytoraptor, and Velociraptor.

Raptors!: The Nastiest Dinosaurs
By Don Lessem

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Raptors!: The Nastiest Dinosaurs
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Historical photographs and bright paintings bring to life raptors, the least known member of the dinosaur family, for young readers while a factual text discusses and describes these carnivorous creatures, their habits, and recent advances in dinosaur paleontology.
Avian Ancestors: A Review of the Phylogenetic Relationships of the Theropods Unenlagiidae, Microraptoria, Anchiornis and Scansoriopterygidae (SpringerBriefs in Earth System Sciences)
By Federico Agnolin

Federico L Agnolin
Released: 2013-02-27
Paperback (108 pages)

Avian Ancestors: A Review of the Phylogenetic Relationships of the Theropods Unenlagiidae, Microraptoria, Anchiornis and Scansoriopterygidae (SpringerBriefs in Earth System Sciences)
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  • Avian Ancestors
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Although consensus exists among researchers that birds evolved from coelurosaurian theropods, paleontologists still debate the identification of the group of coelurosaurians that most closely approaches the common ancestor of birds. The last 20 years witnessed the discovery of a wide array of avian-like theropods that has considerably amplified the anatomical disparity among deinonychosaurians, some of which resemble Archaeopteryx more than Deinonychus. Among these newly discovered theropods that show remarkable bird-like characteristics are the four-winged theropods Microraptor and Anchiornis, and the unenlagiids Unenlagia, Buitreraptor, and Rahonavis. A bizarre group of minute-sized coelurosaurs, the Scansoriopterygidae, also exhibits some avian similarities that lead some authors to interpret them as more closely related to birds than other dinosaurs. With the aim to explore the phylogenetic relationships of these coelurosaurians and birds, we merged recently published integrative databases, resulting in significant changes in the topological distribution of taxa within Paraves. We present evidence that Dromaeosauridae, Microraptoria, Unenlagiidae, and Anchiornis + Xiaotingia form successive sister taxa of Aves, and that the Scansoriopterygidae are basal coelurosaurians not closely related to birds. The implications in the evolutionary sequence of anatomical characters leading to birds, including the origin of flight, are also considered in light of this new phylogenetic hypothesis.
The Secret Dinobird Story: Dinosaur, bird, dog and human evolution elucidated at last as palaeontology gets real science
By John Jackson

Released: 2013-12-23
Kindle Edition (386 pages)

The Secret Dinobird Story: Dinosaur, bird, dog and human evolution elucidated at last as palaeontology gets real science
 
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[NOTE TO CRITICS: If the science in this book is valid, so are the criticisms I make: bad science is propagated through failing to address the central scientific issues, and through blocking the views of those doing useful work. I invite any potential critics who can't cope with research-level science themselves but like the sound of their own voice, or want to pretend that I don't have science degrees and they do, or who are in love with the bad scientists I mention, to bolster my case by avoiding the scientific issues in their comments. They can complete the picture by commenting anonymously and invalidating any attack on my reputation by showing they lack one themselves!]

In this revolutionary 100k word book with 70 illustrations, John Jackson (artificial intelligence researcher, biological psychologist, and information scientist), brings long-overdue modern insights to a field he found stuck in the 1960’s. He clarifies the evolution of those feathered, fanged and strangely unfathomable stars of evolution, and provides a sorely-needed 14-point definition of science. Landmarks in bird evolution are detailed, including a friendly, cogent, but fairly thorough explanation of the bizarre intricacies and evolution of bird breathing; new analysis and elucidation of the four-winged flying style of microraptors; an overdue decent experimental scientific analysis of the use of Velociraptor’s predatory foot claw (it WAS deadly after all); untying of the Gordian knot of the family tree of troodonts, dromaeosaurs, primitive birds... and feathers; a survey of current knowledge of bird families along with thoughts on their extinction and survival patterns; details of how to write cladogram (family tree) generating programs, along with some important new guidelines for that discipline; a guide to major currents in dinobird palaeontology over the last twenty years... and finally the strange revelations resulting from using 21st century philosophy of science on human and dog evolution.

Revealing the story of dinobird evolution requires competence in a variety of fields, yet most palaeontologists start work with only a geology degree. Wouldn’t a biological degree help when studying animals? (A bit, but it’s not enough.) And is the palaeontologists’ understanding of their computer program for discovering family relationships spoiled by their surprising lack of qualifications in statistical algorithms? Are they right to insist evolution always took the straightest possible line, or is that view due to incompetence in that field – not to mention others such as the philosophy of science? Is their failure to quote the jargon, essential concepts, and even key workers in the core disciplines underlying palaeontology, reason to doubt their judgement, or does a geology degree genuinely grant such superior insight into these other fields that specialists in them can be ignored?

For years, palaeontologists have shunned outside experts, claiming that they alone, through organising excavations, running museums and relying on a 50-year-old computerised algorithm, are the best interpreters of biological evolution. Journalists have pandered to the palaeontologists: the BBC has persistently ignored revolutions in three major branches of vertebrate palaeontology, never having mentioned Aaron Filler, Janice Koler-Matznick, or the theories or name of Greg Paul, the most exciting and insightful dinobird scientist for over 20 years, and peerless dinobird draughtsman. Jackson defends and builds on Paul’s work including art commissioned from him, and shows how part of Paul’s theory fits with part of an earlier one, long wrongly abused but here vindicated.

The author’s broad background in disciplines where getting your theories right matters, and his independence, allow the book to tidy old muddles, put palaeontology back on its feet, and point out genuine solutions to riddles of the evolution of humans, dogs, and of course dinobirds.
New specimens of Microraptor zhaoianus (Theropoda: Dromaeosauridae) from northeastern China, 2002, American Museum Novitates, Number 3381 : 44 pages with 31 figure and 2 tables.
By S. H. et al. Hwang

American Museum of Natural History
Paperback
 


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Schleich North America Feathered Raptors Toy Figure
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  • Utahraptor, Velociraptor and Microraptor were feathered raptors
  • None of these three were actually able to fly!
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All Schleich figures are lovingly hand-painted with detailed modeling and allow children to learn as they play. Utah raptor, Velociraptor and micro raptor were feathered raptors. Dinosaur researchers found quills on the arms of a Velociraptor, even flight feathers on micro raptor. They believe that Utah raptor had feathers too. However, none of the three was actually able to fly.
Safari Ltd. Microraptor Realistic Hand Painted Toy Figurine Model Quality Construction from Phthalate, Lead and BPA Free Materials for Ages 3 and Up
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  • BIRD LIKE DINOSAUR: Microraptor was a small, feathered dinosaur that occupied the forested wetlands of early Cretaceous China. About the size of a raven, it had large feathers on its arms and legs. Despite its bird-like appearance, Microraptor also had several features typical of dinosaurs, including rows of sharp teeth, claws on its hands, and a long, bony tail.
  • MADE WITH INDUSTRY-LEADING STANDARDS: All Safari Ltd. figurines have been individually hand painted with careful detail. They feature quality construction from BPA, phthalate, and lead-free materials to ensure your family's safety.
  • PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS: This figure has a wingspan of 7 inches and is 5.25 inches long. It has a bird-like black plumage similar to modern crows and ravens. Recommended Age: 3+. Size: 5.27" L x 7.02" W.
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Microraptor was a small, feathered dinosaur that occupied the forested wetlands of early Cretaceous China. About the size of a raven, it had large feathers on its arms and legs. Despite its bird-like appearance, Microraptor also had several features typical of dinosaurs, including rows of sharp teeth, claws on its hands, and a long, bony tail. This dinosaur may have used its sharp claws to scramble up the trunks of trees, and then leaped from the canopy, gliding from tree to tree. Microraptor lived in a forested wetland ecosystem known as the Jehol. The Jehol ecosystem was very rich and Microraptor was an opportunistic hunter, feeding on a diverse range of prey such as insects, lizards, and fish. Like all Safari Ltd products, this figurine has been individually hand painted, features quality construction from phthalate and lead-free materials, and includes an educational hangtag in 5 languages. Realistic, educational, and fun, this figurine is suitable for a range of interests, including collectors, enthusiasts, teachers, and kids. Admire it on a shelf, use it in the classroom, or simply enjoy playing with it. This figure has a wingspan of 7 inches and is 5.25 inches long. It has a bird-like black plumage similar to modern crows and ravens.
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC Wildlife Wow! - Realistic Soft Dinosaur Action Figure (Medium Microraptor) - STEM Toy with FREE Augmented Reality App
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC
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NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC Wildlife Wow! - Realistic Soft Dinosaur Action Figure (Medium Microraptor) - STEM Toy with FREE Augmented Reality App
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  • SOFT AND SQUEEZABLE! Kids can bend and move the soft flexible plastic to mimic the actual movement of each unique animal.
  • AWESOME FREE COMPANION APP features X-ray Vision, Augmented Reality Mode, awesome videos, scientific info and more-plus it works on any device
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Soft and Squishy! These detailed animals make the perfect addition to any barnyard, wildlife, marine, or dinosaur toy collection. Let your imagination run wild as you move the soft legs, arms, tails and mouths of these realistic animals or explore our free app to learn cool facts, take selfies with your figure, or view the skeleton inside!
PNSO Microraptor Dinosaur Model Toy Collectable Art Figure
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SCHLEICH Dinosaurs Three Raptors on The Hunt
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The Schleich figures are modelled with attention to detail, hand-painted with care, and provide educationally valuable playtime. The Velociraptor, Compsognathus, and Micro raptor were some of the smallest raptors. From head to tail, the Velociraptor was a mere 2 m long. The Compsognathus was about half as long and the Micro raptor's body length was only 40-80 cm. When they were hungry, however, they even preyed on animals that were bigger than them.
Safari Ltd Carnegie Scale Model Microraptor
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Jurassic World Indoraptor Dinosaur
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​Get ready for thrilling action and adventure with Jurassic World! There's a mysterious villain stalking the area and he's after anything or anyone that moves! Straight from the film, Indoraptor wreaks havoc and fear with his mere presence. His ominous features include slick black scales, long arms with dagger-like claws and extra articulation that he will use to catch anyone that crosses him. Act out ferocious battle scenes with Indoraptor and relive all the exciting adventure of the movie! Colors and decorations may vary.
Dino Mecard Double Figure Set Microraptor and Tinysour MICRO Turquoise Color
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Dino Mecard Double Figure Set Microraptor and Tinysour Micro
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Lana Toys PNSO 6Pcs Small Dinosaur Figure Yangchuanosaurus Mamenchisaurus Microraptor Gigantoraptor Huayangosaurus Tsintaosaurus PVC Model Toy Dinos Collector Gift Adult
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  • ✅【Size】 4.6 x 1.8 in / 11.8 x 4.5 cm
  • ✅【Feature】Dinosaur Toy, Animal Decor, Collector
  • ✅【Detail】 High detailed and Beautifully Finished.
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WARNING: Small parts inside. Choking hazard. Not suitable for children under the age of 14.


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