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Troodon

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Troodon formosus, a theropod from the Late Cretaceous of North America, snatching a prey.
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Darcygagnon's avatar
Wow, Troodon!

One of the rarest dinosaurs of all!

They look similar to Velociraptor, cause Troodon don't hunt like it.
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What do you mean?
Darcygagnon's avatar
they just give a big bite from it's teeth are very sharp, to make big wounds and make them get in infected and dies.
Dino-Mario's avatar
I'm very fond of these dinos
littledinosaurarms's avatar
Troodon is my favorite dinosaur! :) I also love your images of extinct sea lizards. Excellent stuff!
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MikeSpikester11's avatar
Hey just curious? Did they find evidence that Troodon had feathers?
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This is inferred from related genera such as Anchiornis which was found with feather impressions.
Catwithoutatail's avatar
My the most favourite dino.
Toadtopia's avatar
You are amazing! That is a great drawing!
I love troodon!
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TehFuzzyDuck's avatar
Haha! I like the irony of Troodon, one of the most intelligent dinosaurs, chowing down on a small mammal, whose descendants will one day conquer the world.
Eriorguez's avatar
Birds have more that twice the number of species that mammals, and reptiles also are over us.
TehFuzzyDuck's avatar
That's also a very true paradox.
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