Ticks drank dinosaur blood before they drank ours, amber fossils show

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Techs one of them in with blood after feeding another entangled in a feather that feather belongs to a dinosaur researchers at oxford university museum of natural history analyze the specimens and found the ticks were probably feeding on feathered dinosaurs in their dino nests it's the first evidence of such a relationship the amber specimens underlying the research were purchased online by private collectors before making their way into research labs lead author ricardo perez la lafuente says that's a rare collaboration rebecca her scher npr news this is a pure news from wall i'm stephen

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