How A New Dinosaur Could Help Science And 'Jurassic Park'
A new dinosaur could shed light on how feathers first evolved and help the next "Jurassic Park" film accurately portray how dinos really looked.By Sebastian Martinez | July 16, 2015
Two of the biggest problems scientists had with "Jurassic World" were with its raptors. (Video via Universal Pictures / 'Jurassic World')
"A lot of raptors were small and lightly built; those guys look a little bit like they're on steroids," a paleontologist told Downtown Podcast.
"Many dinosaurs had feathers, especially velociraptors," CBS' Ben Tracy said.