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Oldest Opposable Thumb Identified in Jurassic Flying Reptile

News   Apr 13, 2021 | Original story from the University of Birmingham

 
Oldest Opposable Thumb Identified in Jurassic Flying Reptile

Life reconstruction of K. antipollicatus. The opposed pollex could have been used for grasping food items, as well as clinging and hanging to trees. Credit: Chuang Zhao.

 
 
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