A bizarre new species of toothless two-fingered dinosaur that looks like a giant parrot and lived 686 million years ago in the Gobi Desert.
- Researchers in Edinburgh have named the new species Oksoko Averson
- It grew to about 6.5 feet in length and had feathers and a chitchat
- Most members of the genus – the ovaries – had three fingers on their forelimbs
- This is the first sign of loss of money in the group. Has adapted to Arsen
A bizarre-looking toothless dinosaur that had only two fingers and resembled a giant parrot was discovered in Mongolia.
Researchers in Edinburgh have found multiple, complete skeletons of a new all-celled species called Oksoko averson, drenched in the Gobi Desert.
Oh. Averson – who lived about 687 million years ago – grew to about 5.5 feet (two meters) in length and picked both feathers and a toothless beak.
The team said that significantly better-preserved fossils provide the first evidence of numerical loss in a family of three-fingered dinosaurs, commonly known as ovaries.
The fact that a member of the genus can develop predetermined adaptations suggests that the group may change their diet and lifestyle – allowing them to improve.
A bizarre-looking toothless dinosaur with only two fingers and resembling a giant parrot was discovered in Mongolia. Illustrated, the impression of an artist of O. Abarsan
Researchers in Edinburgh have found multiple, complete skeletons of a new ubiquitous species known as the Oksoko Averson in the Gobi Desert.
‘Oksoko Aversan is interesting because the skeletons are extremely complete,’ said Gregory Fonston, a paper writer and paleontologist at the University of Edinburgh.
He added, ‘The way they were resting together shows that the teenagers were walking around in groups,’ he added.
‘But more importantly, its two-fingered hand asked us to see how the hand and slender changed during the evolution of our ovaries – which has not been studied before.’
“It reveals some unexpected trends that killed dinosaurs before extinction. The key to the puzzle is why ovaries were so diverse.”
In their research, Dr. Fenston and colleagues have studied the reduction in the size of the ovary’s third finger – and consequently the reduction – throughout their evolutionary history.
They found that the mountains of animals had changed and moved to new geographical areas – especially to those now known as North America and the Gobi Desert.
The team said that significantly better-preserved fossils provide the first evidence of a loss of numbers in a typical three-finger family of dinosaurs as ovoid.
In their excavations, researchers found the fossil remains of four teenagers, Osco Arsen, who appeared to be resting together.
It is very common for animals to be social at an early age.
The full results of the study were published in the Royal Society Open Science Journal.
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How dinosaurs ENT about a million years ago
Dinosaurs ruled the earth about 66 million years ago, before they suddenly became extinct.
The Cretaceous-Terrier extinction is the name given to this mass extinction.
It has been believed for many years that the changing climate has destroyed the food chain of giant reptiles.
In the 1960’s, archaeologists discovered a layer of iridium.
It is an element that is rare on Earth but is abundant in space.
When it was dated, it was properly matched as dinosaurs disappeared from the fossil record.
A decade later, scientists discovered a huge Chixulab crater at the tip of the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico, which is the time of questionnaires.
Scientists are now saying that these two factors are involved and that they are probably due to a massive asteroid catastrophe on Earth.
With the proposed size and velocity of impact, this collision caused a tremendous shock-wave and possibly an earthquake.
The result was ash plumes that probably covered all parts of the planet, making it impossible for dinosaurs to survive.
Generations of other animal and plant species had a shorter period of time that allowed them to survive.
There are a few more theories about the cause of death of famous animals.
One initial theory was that small mammals ate dinosaur eggs and another suggested that poisonous angiosperms (flowering plants) killed them.