Previously, reports have shown that avian dinosaurs have feathers since they are from the breed of modern birds. The new turn in this research is that, all dinosaurs had feathers and this news is definitely confirmed through the fossils of dinosaurs found in Siberia known as ornithiscians
This discovery of fossilized features have changed the understanding of researchers regarding when and from where feathers grown. In Siberia, some researchers found out that these dinosaur was plant eaters.
These verdicts show that dinosaurs had feathers which they used for the purpose attracting mates and insulation. However, these functions are unverified. They lived approximately 175 and 145 million years ago in Siberia in the Jurassic era.
Pascal Godefroit, the study leader of the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences, said that no doubt they had feathers but still they do not have a single characteristic common between birds and these dinosaurs. Furthermore, he described their appearance and stated that those dinosaurs were almost 5 feet in length with long legs and short arms.
According to Godefroit, this development in research of dinosaurs proved that not merely birds contain feathers but in early ages dinosaurs also have had them.