Apatornis

(from the article `bird`) ...to the infraclass Neornithes, or Carinata. Living alongside Hesperornis and other Odontornithes was a group of flying birds that included ...
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Apatornis

Apatornis is a genus of prehistoric birds endemic to North America during the late Cretaceous. It currently contains a single species, Apatornis celer, which lived around the Santonian-Campanian boundary, dated to about 83.5 million years ago. The remains of this species were found in the Smoky Hill Chalk of the Niobrara Formation in Kansas, Unite...
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