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Hell Creek Discovery

March 19, 2014
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An illustration of Anzu wyliei by Mark Klingler / Carnegie Museum of Natural History

An illustration of Anzu wyliei shows several striking anatomical features of the large, feathered dinosaur, including its long tail, feathered arms, toothless beak and a tall crest on the top of its skull. The new species was identified by a team of Smithsonian scientists in collaboration with the Carnegie Museum of Natural History and University of Utah from three partial skeletons collected from the Hell Creek Formation, providing detailed evidence of North American oviraptorosaurs for the first time. (Image by Mark Klingler / Carnegie Museum of Natural History)

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