Scientists from Italy have unearthed the remains of a feathered dinosaur in Mongolia

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Scientists from Italy have unearthed the remains of a feathered dinosaur in Mongolia

Ulan Bator, December 7. Scientists from Italy have discovered the remains of a feathered dinosaur in Mongolia. The amazing find was made during excavations in the Gobi desert.

the Creature was named Halszkaraptor escuilliei. Having modeled its look on the computer, the scientists said that the dinosaur is more like a duck or a Swan, than a VelociRaptor.

Experts claim that the body Halszkaraptor escuilliei was covered in fluff, it had a long neck, and on his head had a Horny beak with dozens of sharp teeth.

in addition, scientists have disproved the notion that dinosaurs lived only on land, finding that the creature could find food and water, writes .

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