Toothless Dinosaur News: Brazil Remains Of Two Legged Rare Toothless Dinosaur Species Discovered Called Theropod
- A skeleton of a dinosaur about 70 million years old has been found in Brazil
- This very small dinosaur had no teeth and walked with two legs
- The height of these dinosaurs was about 3 feet and 80 centimeters.
A skeleton of a dinosaur about 70 million years old has been found in Brazil. This dinosaur had no teeth and walked with two legs. Researchers have termed this discovery as a very rare discovery. Such dinosaurs were very small and were called theropods. Their height was about 3 feet and 80 centimeters. The name of this new species is Berthasaura leopoldinae.
These dinosaurs had a beak-shaped mouth and did not have teeth. The National Museum of Brazil issued a statement saying, ‘It was very shocking.’ They have published their discovery in the journal Nature. He said that this is the most complete skeleton of a dinosaur ever discovered in the Cretaceous period in Brazil. Researcher Giovanne Alves Souza said that the toothless part has raised doubts about what the dinosaur might have eaten.
180 million year old skeleton of this species found in China
Researcher Shouja said that this does not mean that he would not have eaten dinosaur meat. Many birds like hawks eat meat with their beaks. It is more likely that he would be an omnivorous living in difficult conditions where he would have to eat everything he could. This decomposed skeleton was found between 2011 and 2014.
Now its investigation has revealed that it was a completely new species of dinosaur which lived on the soil of Brazil between 7 to 80 million years. The species was named after Bertha Lutz, who was a Brazilian woman scientist. At the same time, 180 million years old skeleton of the same species has also been found in Yunnan province of China. 70 percent of this skeleton remains, which is rare.
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