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  • n. Plural form of ornithomimid.


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  • The bones do superficially resemble the toe bones of ornithomimids, but they superficially resemble the toe bones of many other theropods as well.

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  • The speediest dinosaurs were the ostrich mimic ornithomimids, such as Dromiceiomimus, which could probably run at speeds of up to 60 kilometres per hour. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Such ornithomimids as Dromiceiomimus are thought to be among the most intelligent of the fossils have been found world-wide.

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  • Sinornithomimus and other ornithomimids were theropod dinosaurs, the group that includes tyrannosaurs, but unlike most theropods, ornithomimids were herbivores, research shows. Top headlines

  • This news follows recent research headed up by Paul Sereno at the University of Chicago who found fossils of a bunch of juvenile ornithomimids hanging out in a group.


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