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Dinosaur Had Tail Feathers

Not many people have heard of the Oviraptor dinosaur, even though it is a distant relative of T-Rex. However, unlike T-Rex, the Oviraptor was a vegetarian not a meat eater. University of Alberta scientist Scott Persons says this dinosaur had bird-like features including a beak, crest and tail feathers. He believes the creatures would fan their tails to help find a mate and flaunt their wares. 

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