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A recent study out of North Carolina State University and the Field Museum in Chicago looks specifically at the feathered herbivores of the Cretaceous period and how their size and utility fluctuated over time.
A graduate student from Montana State University is part of a team of researchers that revealed a new species of raptorial dinosaur to the public on Monday, the first definitive troodontid theropod discovered from the Late Cretaceous Period of North America in more than 75 years.
Chirostenotes, meaning "narrow-handed", was an oviraptorosaur dinosaur from the Late Cretaceous Period (80 million years ago). It lived in what is now Alberta, Canada. This dinosaur has had a confusing history. It was first given the name Chirostenotes in 1924 when a pair of hands was found. In 1932, when feet were found, it was given the name Macrophalangia, meaning "large toes". In 1936 its jaws were found and the name Caenagnathus (meaning: recent jaw) was given it. In 1988, a specimen was...