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Jul 27, 2011 considered a bird, then the definition of what is a bird is the problem.

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Behavioral and faunal implications of Early Cretaceous
deinonychosaurs have often been portrayed as gregarious. (e.g.
A new small deinonychosaur (Dinosauria:Theropoda) from the Late
Feb 3, 2011 versity of Patagonian deinonychosaurs. Pamparaptor is the smaller non-avialae Patagonian deinonychosaur, probably with about 0.50-0.
Jul 28, 2011 deinonychosaurs (including troodontids and other basal avialans, deinonychosaurs, and of Avialae and placed in Deinonychosauria. (Fig.
Response to Comment on ''A Well-Preserved Archaeopteryx
The teeth of the unenlagiine theropod Buitreraptor from the

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An Ode to Archaeopteryx
The study places these dinosaurs closer to the sickle-clawed deinonychosaurs—the group which contains genera like Troodon and Deinonychus—than to the earliest birds. Now here's the part that was grossly underreported.
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Or might it be something else?
If Archaeopteryx does represent an early deinonychosaur, it's likely that flight or at least gliding occurred throughout several lineages of theropod dinosaurs.
Archaeopteryx dethroned
Birdlike dinosaur fossil may shake up family tree
Several of its anatomical traits, like the long and robust forelimbs once thought to be diagnostic of birds, were actually common to a group of dinosaurs known as deinonychosaurs. Dr.

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Deinonychosauria - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Deinonychosauria ("fearsome claw lizards") were a successful clade of theropods in the Late Jurassic and Cretaceous Periods.
Deinonychus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Identifying Middle Jurassic teeth – early deinonychosaurs? « Dave
Feb 11, 2011 Identifying Middle Jurassic teeth – early deinonychosaurs? couple were very good candidates for deinonychosaurs teeth and not much else.
Deinonychosaur - Primeval Wiki
The Deinonychosaurs are a group of dinosaurs that are known for their sickle- shaped, retractable toe.

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