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Stuff like some marvellous HP Luis Rey's paintings recently made an
interesting discussion on a paleo message board.
The question was: WHICH DINOSAURS HAD BEAKS? (it's obvious for most avian
Which are the features of the premaxilla and/or the dentary that suggest
some coelurosaurs had beaks, especially:
which I personnally restore with a beak. The lack of teeth? Other
Are there features which suggest the presence (or the absence) of a beak in
critters like e.g.:
Sinovenator ... etc ... ?
IIRC remains of a fossilized horny beak has been found on at least 1
Has a fossilized horny beak been found in "hypsilophodonts", ceratopsians,
Thanks in advance.
Cheers - Aspidel.