In a news release dated April 4, 2012, it is reported that the remains of a relative of the great T-Rex, the king of the dinosaurs, was recently discovered sporting a soft, downy coat.
Usually, when a fossil is found, the creature's bones are all that remain, but in this case part of it's skin was preserved. This is very rare and an incredible find. It may force us to completely rethink the way we view T-Rex and his relatives.
Could T-Rex Have Had Feathers?
This is a perfect example of what creationists always claim is missing, a transitional species. Modern birds are the descendants of the dinosaurs. Maybe the dinosaurs never went extinct... Perhaps they just evolved themselves out of existence.
In spite of this new evidence, just how many creationists do you think it will convince that evolution is true? I'd be willing to bet not a single one. Close mindedness is alive and well.