China discovers winged, feathered 'dragon'

Around one hundred twenty-five million years ago, a mule-sized dinosaur with a long tail and short, resplendently-feathered wings roamed a corner of what is now northeastern China. Researchers revealed the discovery of Zhenyuanlong suni, a close relative of its far more famous cousin the velociraptor, after publishing a photo of a remarkably preserved fossil this week.