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In addition to the biblical teaching, there are many scientific problems with the dino-bird idea.
Feathers (top) and scales (bottom) are not similar.
Anatomist Dr. David Menton describes the most fundamental difference between feathers and scales: “The feather grows out of a follicle. A follicle is a tubular down-growth of the epidermis that protrudes deeply into the skin—all the way down to underlying bone in the case of primary feathers. And this tube of specialized living skin produces the feather inside of itself from a growth matrix at the very bottom. The reptilian scale has absolutely nothing to do with follicles. All of the scales can shed as a sheet because they’re nothing but folds in the epidermis, like fabric folded over on itself, whereas feathers would have to come out of their own follicle.” (“Bird evolution flies out the window,” Creation 6(4), September 1994, pp. 16–19.) Add to that the findings by evolutionists: “At the morphological level feathers are traditionally considered homologous with reptilian scales. However, in development, morphogenesis, gene structure, protein shape and sequence, and filament formation and structure, feathers are different.” (A.H. Brush, “On the origin of feathers,” Journal of Evolutionary Biology 9, 1996, pp. 131–142.)