The first wings on feathered dinosaurs were pretty useless, new research shows, meaning they'd have found it hard to take off and fly at low speeds.
Feathered dinosaurs with something a lot like wings have for the first time been discovered in North America - but the feathers don't appear to have been used to aid flight.
A new species of feathered dinosaur has been discovered - and it's not closely related to birds, indicating that feathers may have been far more prevalent amongst dinosaurs than previously believed.
A newly-discovered dinosaur, a close relative of the Tyrannosaurus rex, has been discovered to have had feathers.
The detailed feather pattern and color of Microraptor - a pigeon-sized, four-winged dinosaur that lived about 120 million years ago - once boasted a glossy iridescent sheen.
A University of Alberta research team has discovered a remarkable collection of Cretaceous feathers trapped in tree resin.