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Sinornithosaurus – About.com Dinosaurs
Of all the dino-bird fossils discovered in the Liaoning Quarry in China, Sinornithosaurus may be the most famous, because it's the most complete: its perfectly ...
Sinornithosaurus Picture - Dinosaurs - About.com
The big news about Sinornithosaurus is that this feathered dinosaur may have been poisonous: analysis of its skull shows the imprints of storage sacs beneath ...
The 10 Best Dinosaur Christmas Gifts - Dinosaurs - About.com
... increasingly bizarre) array of feathered dinosaurs, ranging from raptors to tyrannosaurs to unclassifiable "dino-birds" like Sinornithosaurus and Jinfengopteryx.
Shanag - About.com Dinosaurs
Sinornithosaurus, to which Shanag was closely related (Wikimedia Commons). Name. Shanag (after the Buddhist "Cham Dance"); pronounced SHAH-nag.
The Dozen Top Dinosaur Discoveries of 2010 - Dinosaurs - About.com
Well, earlier this year, a team of scientists announced that they had identified the first venomous dinosaur, Sinornithosaurus, based on some characteristic ...
Feathered Dinosaur Pictures - Dinosaurs - About.com
sinornithosaurus - Wikimedia Commons. Sinornithosaurus. Sinornithosaurus. sinusonasus - Ezequiel Vera. Sinusonasus. Sinusonasus. sinosauropteryx - Luis ...
Liaoning – Profile of the Dinosaur Fossil Site Liaoning - Dinosaurs
Sinosauropteryx, Sinornithosaurus, Sinovenator, Confuciusornis. About Liaoning: For most of the 20th century, paleontologists pointed to Archaeopteryx as the ...
10 Facts About Dilophosaurus - About.com
... that any dinosaur of the Mesozoic Era included venom in its offensive or defensive arsenal (though there was briefly some buzz about Sinornithosaurus).
The 15 Main Dinosaur Types - Dinosaurs - About.com
Exquisitely preserved feathered dinosaurs like Sinornithosaurus and Sinosauropteryx have recently been unearthed in China, prompting paleontologists to ...
The Small, Feathered Dinosaurs of the Mesozoic Era
(You can often recognize a Liaoning dino-bird from its name; witness the "sino," meaning "Chinese," in Sinornithosaurus, Sinosauropteryx and Sinovenator.).