- New Study Shows Birds Evolved from Maniraptora Dinosaur
- The Maniraptorans were small, meat-eating dinosaurs, and lived approximately 150 million years ago. Theropods first appeared 230 million years ago and possessed many early vestiges of birds, including hollow, air-filled bones, wishbones, and feathers.
- Rewinding evolution: Scientists alter chicken DNA to create embryo with
- Maniraptora are small dinosaurs which it is thought spawned thousands of species of birds which exist today. Chickens and other birds are thought to have descended from dinosaurs through a series of genetic changes. By altering the DNA of chickens to ...
- Dakotaraptor ruled Hell Creek Formation as lethal predator
- Dakotaraptor helps fill a gap in body size distribution between the small bird-like Maniraptora creatures and the giant T. rex found in Hell Creek, which spans parts of northwestern South Dakota, southwestern North Dakota, eastern Montana and eastern ...
- Late Cretaceous Animals of Romania's Haţeg Island--a More Complex View
- We also report a new partial femur that looks referable to the poorly known maniraptoran Elopteryx (Csiki-Sava et al. 2015a). Incidentally, there is as yet no indication whatsoever of large theropods in the Haeg Island assemblage.
- Yi qi Is Neat But Might Not Have Been the Black Screaming Dino-Dragon of Death
- Scansoriopterygids are small maniraptoran theropods, notable for their elongate third fingers and for a peculiar pelvis where the pubis is directed forwards and downwards, is proportionally short and lacks an expanded ventral end.
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