Cat-sized, odd, tiny dinosaur described for the first time
A strange and extremely tiny species of dinosaur with a beak-like face and sharp teeth has made its first appearance in the scientific literature.
The creature was discovered 50 years ago but forgotten since then in a fossil collection at Harvard University. It is a member of a family of small, barely studied dinosaurs called heterodontosaurs, meaning “different-toothed reptiles.”
More info via latimes.com.