Archaeornithomimus

(pronounced AHR-kee-or-NITH-oh-MIME-us) Archaeornithomimus (meaning 'ancient bird mimic') was a small Coelurosaurid dinosaur about 3 ft (1 m) long, weighing roughly 20 kg. This bird-like, meat-eating dinosaur had three fingers, which leads to questions about its being an ornithomimid. A partial skull of a juvenile Archaeornithoides was found in Chi...
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Archaeornithomimus

Archaeornithomimus (meaning `Ancient Bird Mimic`) is a genus of ornithomimosaurian theropod dinosaur from the Late Cretaceous of China, 70 million years ago. In 1923, during the American Museum of Natural History expedition by Roy Chapman Andrews to Inner Mongolia, Peter Kaisen discovered numerous theropod remains in three quarries. These were n.....
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