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Creationists blatantly deny their existence, even though there are several of them on wikipedia. Creationists will claim that many are not transitional forms because they come after archaeopteryx, the first bird. This is a misunderstanding of what a transitional form is: not necessarily a direct ancestor or descendant of two distinct species, but a creature that has traits of two different species, illustrating an evolutionary link.
Despite this, popular culture is still having trouble accepting the idea of feathered dinosaurs. While the Discovery Channel and the BBC have made films with downy dinosaurs, the 900lb Gorillas of dinosaur films, Jurassic Park and its sequels, didn't give their dinosaurs feathers until the third film, and then only four on the back of the head.