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Was it the “peacock” of the dinosaur era?

Was it the “peacock” of the dinosaur era?
The fossils of this ancient and extinct bird were discovered a few years ago in an area of ​​”karate formation” in northeastern Brazil.
The fossils of this ancient and extinct bird were discovered a few years ago in an area of ​​”karate formation” in northeastern Brazil.
LONDON: Scientists say there was a “bird dinosaur” 110 million years ago that may have looked like a peacock in its lifetime. However, his beak and teeth show that he was a carnivore.
According to reports, the fossils of this ancient and extinct bird with the scientific name “Ubirajara jubatus” were discovered a few years ago in an area of ​​”karato formation” in northeastern Brazil, but they fell into the hands of smugglers. Who continued to deliver it to one country after another and to another country after another.
It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. And Mexican experts have also assisted in this research

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