Bambiraptor
(pronounced BAM-be-RAP-tor) Bambiraptor (also known as Bambi) was a juvenile coelurosaur, an advanced theropod (meat-eating dinosaur). This small predator was originally thought to be a juvenile Velociraptor or perhaps Saurornitholestes langstoni. It was a small, fast, meat-eating dromaeosaurid dinosaur from the late Cretaceous period. Bambiraptor was about 3 feet (1 m) long and may have weighed about 7 pounds (3 kg). It had a deadly, sickle-shaped toe claw on the second toe of its foot. Bambiraptor was found in the upper Two Medicine Formation, Montana, USA. The nearly complete, fossilized skeleton was found in a dinosaur bonebed, near a Maiasaura skull. Bambiraptor was named by Burnham, Derstler, Currie, Bakker, Zhou, and Ostrom, 2000. The type species is Bambiraptor feinbergi.

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