What do you call a dinosaur with wings that can’t fly? Um… a dragon, as far as I’m concerned!
Scientists call it a Gigantoraptor (really, that’s what it’s called) and…
Gigantoraptor appears in an artist’s reconstruction to have cut a menacing figure on the Cretaceous landscape. Rearing on its hind limbs, it spread out forelimbs tipped with sharp claws and prepared to pounce on prey with an open mouth and strong beak. Independent dinosaur experts said the description of the fossils of the half-complete skeleton appeared to support the discoverers’ interpretations. They said Gigantoraptor probably had some feathers, though none were preserved.
Artists’ rendering of actual events. No really. This is the picture the scientists released with their findings.