APES vs. Dinobirds


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By Kristopher Papp and Anna Wing


All individuals in the podcast are not in any way experts on the discussed subject matter, and should not be cited in any manner. The individuals are high school students, and the students encourage anyone seeking further knowledge on the issue of "Are birds dinosaurs?" to further research this question.

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