We pause your regularly scheduled travelogue to bring you some classy as hell Chompy closeups.
Ho, look at those feathers. But someone help me out here, does feather attachment work the same way in tyrannosaurs as in maniraptorans?
Tyrannosauroids only had stage I or II feathers, though Kulindadromeus proves that some clades evolved unique feather variations. Suffice to say, giving a tyrannosaurs a birdlike wing with primary and secondary remiges is unparsimonious.
Ahh, these feathers are excessive then. Oh well, let’s stick with the cape.