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Newly Discovered Single-Clawed Owl Dinosaur Died Sleeping

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If you managed to catch some of Prehistoric Planet, you may have seen the antics of the feathered dune jumper Mononykus, as it skittered around looking for bugs to eat. This owl-like critter belongs to a group of bizarre small dinosaurs that continue to grow in number as new ones are uncovered from the sands of the Gobi Desert, and a brand new one has just been published that fills in a hole in the group’s evolution – let’s meet Jaculinykus.
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Kubo K, Kobayashi Y, Chinzorig T, Tsogtbaatar K (2023) A new alvarezsaurid dinosaur (Theropoda, Alvarezsauria) from the Upper Cretaceous Baruungoyot Formation of Mongolia provides insights for bird-like sleeping behavior in non-avian dinosaurs. PLOS ONE 18(11): e0293801. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0293801

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