Why the "yee-haw," JGordon?

Man, I don't know. Because "dinosaur feathers" sounds lot like "horse feathers," and no one in the history of humanity has ever uttered "horse feathers" without also shouting "yee-haw" in the same five-minute window. And because dinosaurs and their feathers are exciting, so why not toss a little yee-haw in there.

It doesn't matter, really. What matters is that you check out all these cool images of Cretaceous period feathers preserved in amber.


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