You know, I had no idea Jeholornis's real name was Shenzhouraptor. Thanks for letting me know. By the way, as an author, illustrator, and writer (who doesn't always do the writing on his own), I was thinking of making a fairy tale based book involving this particular species of ancient bird playing the role of Jack in my version of "Jack and the Beanstalk". Except instead of a beanstalk it would be a land bridge made of Cretaceous vegetation of some kind. I'll look it up later and find out what kind I'll use. So far, I made and published Little Red Flying Hood (loosely based on "Little Red Riding Hood") and now I am in development of another book based on "The Three Bears" (which will take place on the same continent and country as the Jeholornis or Shenzhouraptor's environment. Except this one will take place in ancient China in a universe where anthropomorphic animals roam the earth together and most of the predatory mammals, birds, reptiles, and amphibians chose to eat fish and invertebrates instead of other animals outside of the families of their preferred diet). The Bengal tigers who will be playing the role of the three bears (with two panda cubs playing Goldilocks' role) are born of Hindu descent and have moved to China, away from their home in India and prefer to hunt for fish from the Yangtze River instead of pigs, deer, and/or game birds. In fact, I even learned that people of Hindu religion in the Bengal region of India prefer to fish instead of cultivating meat from cows, because like all people of Hindu religion, they worship cows and other species of livestock that I can remember besides elephants, monkeys, snakes, vultures, and rats.