This new heterodontosaurid shows possibly remarkable grasping abilities on its toes. I interpret this as an adaptation to climb low-lying trunks and branches, maybe to get a better view of their surroundings to guard their burrows and as means of.
The restoration at the top shows a group of azhdarchids (belonging to the species Quetzalcoatlus northropi) as they may have looked while foraging on a Cretaceous fern prairie (Quetzalcoatlus northropi lived in Texas during the Late Cretaceous).
New Horned Dinosaur Species Called ‘Most Striking’ Ever Discovered “Say hello to one of Triceratops’ oldest relatives.Scientists recently discovered the fossilized bones of a striking new species of horned dinosaur in southern Alberta, Canada KQEDScience
Art illustration - Prehistoric Mammals - Prolibytherium: ("Before Libya's Beast") is an extinct artiodactyl ungulate native to Early Miocene North Africa, from around to million years ago.The creature long is related to modern giraffes and okapi.