Discovered new Species of Toothless Dinosaurs in the Mongolian desert
A new species of toothless dinosaur has found in the Gobi Desert of Mongolia. The dinosaur has only two fingers on each arm. It knows that about a hundred million years ago, this animal had feathered toothless jaws.
Researchers at the University of Edinburgh have found multiple skeletons of dinosaurs of this species called Oksoko Aversan and found several complete skeletons.
The archaeological team said the skeletons would be of great help in researching animals’ evolution with teeth and fingers and toes. Researchers say that the evolution of this over protector species has led to creating this new creature.
They said the species had one less finger on each arm than their close relatives. Their adaptability was so high that they could overtake other animals during the Cretaceous period (The last and longest segment of the Mesozoic Era, closed the Jurassic Period about 145.5 million years ago).
Analyzing a few complete skeletons, the researchers said the animals were two meters long, had toothless jaws, and were somewhat agile.
The archaeological team studied four young dinosaurs’ fossil remains and found that Oksoko was a much more social species than many other prehistoric species.
In this regard, Dr. Gregory Fonston of the University of Edinburgh GOC Association said that the discovery gives a good idea of how they survived 68 million years ago with their adaptive powers.