D Velociraptor

At Tugriign Us, fossils of a Velociraptor fighting a Protoceratops were discovered. Both seemed to have died in a sudden sandstorm while still locked in combat. Velociraptor would have been a deadly predator. It was armed with jaws that held about 80 sharp teeth, and a sickle-shaped claw on

GALLIMIMUS

This dinosaur belonged to the ornithomimid (bird mimic) group of dinosaurs. It had long legs, a toothless beak, and slender arms with grasping hands. Large eyes suggest Gallimimus had a good sense of vision. It ate both plants and meat.

Long, narrow jaws designed for biting and pulling at flesh

Oviraptor laid clutches of 15 to 20 eggs,

Long, narrow jaws designed for biting and pulling at flesh

A ceratopsian (horned face), Protoceratops lived in herds, grazing on plants. It's thought to have been a slow walker, but like other ceratopsians it might have sprinted at 15 mph (25 kph) in short bursts to escape from danger.

- Front legs bent at the elbow, enabling the dinosaur to steer, while the hind legs were held straight

Right front foot and left / back foot moved at about the same time when walking

Left front foot and right back foot followed / to complete the walking sequence—in this way, the dinosaur always had two feet on the ground

A ceratopsian (horned face), Protoceratops lived in herds, grazing on plants. It's thought to have been a slow walker, but like other ceratopsians it might have sprinted at 15 mph (25 kph) in short bursts to escape from danger.

- Front legs bent at the elbow, enabling the dinosaur to steer, while the hind legs were held straight

Right front foot and left / back foot moved at about the same time when walking

Left front foot and right back foot followed / to complete the walking sequence—in this way, the dinosaur always had two feet on the ground

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