PacSci-Doku: "Chicken From Hell" Answer

By Dennis Schatz - Senior Vice President for Strategic Programs

The question in this edition is:

What recently discovered dinosaur is known as the Chicken From Hell?

The answer: Oviraptor

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Sixty-seven million years ago North Dakota was the home to an oviraptor-style dinosaur that measured 11 feet long and weighed 500 pounds. It is nicknamed the Chicken From Hell. It had a toothless beak, a bony crest on the top of its head, plus arms and legs with long claws – and it likely had feathers. That would make it the largest feathered dinosaur found in North America. Its toothless beak was well designed to eat plants, small animals and eggs. Learn more about this Chicken From Hell.

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