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Noguerornis

Noguerornis The earliest known bird after Archaeopterix, from the basal Cretaceous of Montsec, northern Spain. It was the size of a finch and was the first bird to have a wing that was well developed, as indicated by the elongation of the distal portions of the fore limb and the rigid interlocking of the hand bones.

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Noguerornis

Noguerornis The earliest known bird after Archaeopteryx, from the basal Cretaceous of Montsec, northern Spain. It was the size of a finch and was the first bird to have a wing that was well developed, as indicated by the elongation of the distal portions of the forelimb and the rigid interlocking of the hand bones.

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"Noguerornis." A Dictionary of Earth Sciences. . Retrieved September 23, 2017 from Encyclopedia.com: http://www.encyclopedia.com/science/dictionaries-thesauruses-pictures-and-press-releases/noguerornis