Tucked away behind an exhibit about fossil invertebrates was an exhibit about fossils from the famous "feathered dinosaur" beds of the Jehol Group in and around Liaoning Province, northeastern China. (Like Dsungaripterus, every natural history museum in China worth its salt has one of these exhibits nowadays...!) The Beijing Museum of Natural History has been involved with these sites since they first started churning out fossils other than fish and insects, so I was hoping they'd have some great stuff on display. By virtue of some clever mounting, they were even photographable, and I could even slap a scale bar up against them! This is the tiny symmetrodont mammal Zhangheotherium.