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Re: Tiny dinosaurs
here's a picture of a recently discovered related bat even smaller than
the 'bumble bee bat' -Kitti's Hog-nosed Bat (Craseonycteris
Ah, here is something interesting.
Could C. thoglongyai be the modern counterpart of Liaoxiornis delicatus? They
are both small, flying insectivores so there could be a comparison. Question:
What are the habits of the bat? Another Question: Do the wings of L. delicatus
indicate that it was an active, agile hunter of insects (like bats), or was the
bird more cursorial?