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Have you ever seen the fossils of dinosaurs in a museum?Some are gigantic and horrible and some are small and pretty.If dinosaurs ( (1)) today, the world would get into a total panic.Of course we know that they disappeard from the Earth about 65 million years ago.But wouldn`t you be surprised to hear that their descendants still exist today?Dinosaurs are reptiles that existed in ancient times.Today,reptiles can be found all over the world.For example,lizards,snakes,alligators and turtles are all reptiles.So, are these animals the direct descendants of dinosaurs?Some scientists say it`s actually birds that are the descendants of dinosaurs.This may seem unbelievable, because birds have feathers,wings and most of them can fly.These characteristics seem completely different from those of dinosaurs. But if you have seen the fossil of an ancient bird called the archaeopteryx , you may have noticed some similarities in form between the archaeopteryx and some dinosaurs.Recently,dinosaur fossils which share many properties with birds have been found(another/after/one). Some of them are said to have had feathers on thier body, In view of this evidence, more and more scientists have come to think that birds have evolved from dinosaurs of some kind. If dinosaurs hadn`t existed, there wouldn`t be any birds today. It`s a real surprise that two animals that look so different are so closely related to each other.

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<訳例> あなたは、これまでに博物館で恐竜の化石を見たことがありますか? 巨大で恐ろしいものもあれば、小さくてかわいいものもあります。 恐竜が、今日、生きているならば、世界は、全くパニックに陥るでしょう。 もちろん、彼らが、約6500万年前に、地球から姿を消したということを、我々は、知っています。 しかし、彼らの子孫が、今日まだ、生存していると聞いて、あなたは、驚かないでしょうか? 恐竜は、古代に生きていた爬虫類です。 今日、爬虫類は、世界中で見つけることができます。 たとえば、トカゲ、ヘビ、ワニ、カメは、すべて爬虫類です。 それでは、これらの動物は、恐竜の直系の子孫でしょうか? 科学者の中には、実は、恐竜の子孫であるのは鳥であると言う人々もいます。これは、信じがたいと思われるかもしれません、なぜならば、鳥には、羽や翼があり、彼らのほとんどが、飛ぶことができるからです。 これらの特徴は、恐竜の特徴と完全に異なるように思えます。 しかし、もしあなたが、始祖鳥と呼ばれる古代の鳥の化石を見たことがあるならば、あなたは、始祖鳥といくつかの恐竜の間の形態のいくつかの類似点に気がついたかもしれません。最近、多くの特性を鳥と共有する恐竜の化石が、次々と見つけられました。 それらのいくつかには、彼らの体に羽があったと言われています。この証拠を考慮して、ますます多くの科学者は、鳥がある種の恐竜から進化したのだと考えるようになりました。 もしも、恐竜が存在していなかったならば、今日、鳥はいないでしょう。 とても異なって見える2つの動物が、互いにとても密接に関連があることは、本当に驚きです。 <設問> (1) lived (2) one after another

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