Dinosaurs on the Wing We talk about and new research into the dinosaur Archaeopteryx. Some scientists say the brains of the small, meat-eating animal were wired for flight.
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We talk about and new research into the dinosaur Archaeopteryx. Some scientists say the brains of the small, meat-eating animal were wired for flight.

Guest:

Angela Milner, associate keeper of palaeontology, the Natural History Museum in London