Angela Milner is a British paleontologist who, in 1986, described a new species of Baryonyx. Milner, who has a PhD, currently works at the Natural History Museum in London, where she continues her study on theropoda such as Darwinius masillae, otherwise known as Ida. She also studied the brain work of Archaeopteryx, which proved that the species was a bird. She also studies bird species from the Eocene period which are found in the southern England.
- Norman, David; Milner, Angela (August 2004). Dinosaur - Eyewitness Books. DK Publishing. p. 3. ISBN 0-7566-0647-0.
- "Angela Milner discusses the fossil record". Natural History Museum. Archived from the original on May 4, 2014. Retrieved July 18, 2013.
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