Researchers at a Hukawng Valley amber mine in Myanmar have discovered an amber nugget containing the first preserved dinosaur tail covered in feathers. It’s believed to come from a small, sparrow-sized dinosaur – likely a carnivorous coelurosaurus, which is part of a group that includes the Tyrannosaurus Rex – that went extinct approximately 99 million years ago. This part of the tail is from the tail bone, measuring just 2 millimeters across. The team believes that the top of the feathers were dark brown in color, while the underside could have been colorless. Click here to view the first image in today’s viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of a crashed car that magically parked itself.