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Remains of Bird-Like Dinosaur Species Identified in North America

Paleontologists have identified the remains of a previously unknown, bird-like species of dinosaur that roamed North America nearly 70 million years ago.  The giant feathered creature belongs to a group of plant- and meat-eaters found in Central and East Asia.   It looked like a cross between an enormous chicken and a giant lizard, producing what one paleontologist described as a “stretched out chicken.”  The dinosaur, now called Anzu wyliei, had a beak but no teeth, a long...

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