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> Or just among maniraptorans in general. Not many avians are
> hypercarnivorous, either.
And of those few, I think the earliest definite examples are younger than 100
There are of course some borderline taxa like _Enaliornis_ and _Gansus_ which
fall in the "large invertebrate - small vertebrate" feeding guild. But avian
"raptors" (Falconiformes or not - _Enantiornis_ makes for a reasonably
convincing predator of smaller vertebrates too IIRC) do not appear until the