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Oviraptorosaur

Photo: Zhao Chuang; courtesy of Peking Natural Science Organization

American Museum of Natural History

American Museum of Natural History
New York, NY, United States

Oviraptorosaurs are cousins to T. rex, but closer cousins to modern birds. They are fairly small, birdlike dinosaurs, most with toothless beaks, wishbones, and skulls filled with air pockets. Some have even been found sitting on eggs, in the brooding posture characteristic of modern birds.

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  • Title: Oviraptorosaur
  • Creator: Photo: Zhao Chuang; courtesy of Peking Natural Science Organization

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