Some of the most iconic dinosaurs are the sickle-clawed ‘raptors’ like Velociraptor. Most raptors were pretty small, about the size of chickens and turkeys, and every single one was feathered. They’re important to paleontologists for their central place in understanding the origin of birds. This issue of the Discovery Collection takes a look at some of the incredible diversity in size and habits of the raptors.
This zine contains 5 articles that originally appeared on EarthArchives.org, compiled by lead writer Pete Buchholz, accompanied with several new, exclusive images by Julio Lacerda.