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feathered fossils and Masiakasaurus

Hi dino-list members,
First apologies: it was _Microraptor zhaoianus_ of course! (too late at night).
There are much more feathered fossils than what I thought: thanks to HP T. Mike Keesey and Mickey Mortimer.
Now a question about _Masiakasaurus_: this little abelisaur got a really unusual dentary. What could have been the adaptation of such a mouth? Did it search its food in the sand of river banks? Just an idea, maybe completely wrong.
And well... Did _all_ abelisaurs have four digits in the hand?
Thanks in advance, friendly - LJB.