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Palaeontologists Have Unearthed a Distinctive Hook-Clawed Dinosaur in Montana – ScienceAlert

From the depths of time, out of the Hell Creek Formation, emerged the last of the hook-handed dinosaurs: Captain Hook… of the Prairie.

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From the depths of time, out of the Hell Creek Formation, emerged the last of the hook-handed dinosaurs: Captain Hook… of the Prairie.
This fearsome creature had a tooth-filled snout and large, viciously hooked claws. But each talon sat at the end of the most ridiculously short and stubby, single-fingered hand.
For all its sharp bits and absurd limbs, Trierarchuncus prairiensis may have in fact been rather cute if researchers’ impressions of what it may have looked like can be believed thank…

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