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Oviraptor



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Scientific Classification
  Kingdom Animalia
  Phylum Chordata
  Class Sauropsida
  Superorder Dinosauria
  Order Saurischia
  Suborder Theropoda
  (unranked) Coelurosauria
  Parvorder Oviraptorosauria
  Family Oviraptoridae
  Genus Oviraptor
Oviraptor was an ominovorous dinosaur that lived in the late Cretaceous period, about 75 million years ago. Fossils have been found in Mongolia, as well a possible second specimen in the Inner Mongolian region of China.

Oviraptor was about 6 to 8 feet (1.8 to 2.4 meters) long. It probably weighed something in the region of 60 to 70 pounds (27 to 32 kilograms).

Physically, Oviraptor, like several of its relatives (Caudipteryx, Nomingia and Protarchaeopteryx) seems to have been quite bird-like. Some appear to have a pygostyle (fused final vertebrae as found in birds), and extensive coverings of feathers. Oviraptor is also usually depicted as having a crest on its head similar to modern cassowary birds, however although it is though likely that Oviraptor did have a crest (its close relatives certainly did), the only recognised specimen of Oviraptor has a crushed skull, so we can not be sure of the exact size, shape or positioning of Oviraptor's crest.

When Oviraptor was first found (it was discovered by Roy Chapman Andrews, and then described and named by Henry Fairfield Osborn in 1924), it was thought that eggs were the most important part of its diet.

The reason why eggs were thought to be important in Oviraptor's diet are: Osborn noted that Oviraptor's skull was found just inches away from a nest of dinosaur eggs (believed at the time to be Protoceratops eggs). Additionally, Henry Fairfield Osborn, speculated that the animal's the toothless beak, as well as bones beneath its jaw, would have formed an effective egg-piercing tool. As a result of this, Osborn chose the name "Oviraptor", which means "egg seizer". That said, Osborn did not seem entirely confident of the egg-eating hypothesis - he did caution that the name "Oviraptor" might be misleading.

Recently however, fossils of relatives of Oviraptor have been found brooding their own eggs, and hence it is possible that the eggs that Oviraptor was found close to, were actually its own. As a result of these discoveries, many scientists now think that Oviraptor may well have been an omnivore, possibly eating small animals, eggs, insects and plants. An alternative or additional hypothesis is that Oviraptor may have eaten molluscs such as clams - its jaws seem to be strong enough to break their shells, and molluscs are found in the same geological formation as Oviraptor.


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Oviraptor was an omnivore (ate meat and plants) that lived about 75 million years ago

Oviraptor was an omnivore (ate meat and plants) that lived about 75 million years ago

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Here is a summary of some of the key facts about Oviraptor:
  1. Oviraptor was a genus of dinosaur.

  2. "Oviraptor" means "egg seizer". The name was chosen by Henry Fairfield Osborn in 1924.

  3. Oviraptor was a member of the Saurischia ("lizard-hipped") order of dinosaurs. What this means, is that although Oviraptor was not closely related to lizards, it did have similarly shaped pelvic bones.

  4. Oviraptor was a Theropod - a member of a group of related bipedal dinosaurs that included the ancestors of birds (although Oviraptor was not itself an ancestor of birds).

  5. Oviraptor lived about 75 million years ago, during the late Cretaceous period.

  6. Oviraptor lived in Mongolia, and possibly China.

  7. Oviraptor was a omnivore (ate both meat and plants).

  8. Oviraptor was about 6 to 8 feet (1.8 to 2.4 meters) long.

  9. Oviraptor weighed about 60 to 70 pounds (27 to 32 kilograms).


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Oviraptor: The Egg Thief (Graphic Dinosaurs)
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This birdlike dinosaur lived in what is now Mongolia’s Gobi Desert where it preyed on the eggs of other dinosaur, giving it the name Oviraptor meaning “egg thief.” This volume follows the, relatively, small dinosaur through a dramatic day in the desert, from fleeing larger dinosaurs and trying to steal other dinosaur’s eggs. Lovely illustrations and simple text enthrall readers and guide them through the exciting life of the Oviraptor. A detailed description of the dinosaur and fossil facts are paired with the fictional story to create an enriching learning experience.
Oviraptor (Let's Read About Dinosaurs)
By Joanne Mattern

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Provides information about oviraptors, small but quick dinosaurs, how they got their food, and whether they stole eggs from other dinosaur's nests or took care of their own.
Oviraptor (Let's Read About Dinosaurs/ Conozcamos a Los Dinosaurios) (English and Spanish Edition)
By Joanne Mattern

Weekly Reader/Gareth Stevens Pub
Paperback (24 pages)

Oviraptor (Let s Read About Dinosaurs/ Conozcamos a Los Dinosaurios) (English and Spanish Edition)
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A fascinating series featuring creatures great and small helps youngsters build vocabulary and comprehension skills as they meet the reptile rulers of the prehistoric world.
Oviraptor (Exploring Dinosaurs)
By Susan H Gray

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Oviraptor (Exploring Dinosaurs)
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Scientists who study dinosaurs often have to be good detectives. And like detectives, they sometimes come to the wrong conclusions. That's what happened when George Olson discovered the first Oviraptor fossil. Learn why Olson named the new dinosaur 'egg stealer' and how later scientists finally uncovered the truth about Oviraptor. Additional features to enhance comprehension include informative sidebars, a glossary of key words and phrases, sources for further research, a Did-You-Know section, and an overview of the geologic time scale.
The Oviraptor Adventure: Mark Norell And the Egg Thief (Fossil Hunters)
By Meish Goldish

Bearport Pub Co Inc
Library Binding (32 pages)

The Oviraptor Adventure: Mark Norell And the Egg Thief (Fossil Hunters)
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Describes how Roy Chapman Andrews discovered many dinosaur bones in the Gobi Desert and concluded that the Oviraptor was an egg thief, and how Mark Norell traveled to the same site and discovered that the Oviraptor was really a good parent.
Dinosaurs Coloring Book for Kids: Including a set of over 50 highly detailed drawings spotlighting the Tyrannosaurus Rex (T-Rex), Brontosaurus, ... Oviraptor, Gastonia, Troodon, and more
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Dinosaurs Coloring Book for Kids: Including a set of over 50 highly detailed drawings spotlighting the Tyrannosaurus Rex (T-Rex), Brontosaurus, ... Oviraptor, Gastonia, Troodon, and more
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Come on and enjoy this kid friendly dino coloring book with a tremendous collection of images to color. Our coloring book features all the popular dinosaurs — plus recent discoveries! Over 50 highly detailed drawings spotlight the Tyrannosaurus rex, Triceratops, Velociraptor, Iguanodon, Diplodocus, Carnotaurus, Oviraptor, Gastonia, Troodon, and more — some drawings have dinosaurs that are set in their natural habitats, while most pages leave some room for creativity to unfold in order to set their own dinosaur scene. A great choice for dinosaur fans of all ages!
Oviraptor (Rookie Read-About Dinosaurs (Library))
By Wil Mara

Scholastic
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The name oviraptor means egg thief, but these small dinosaurs did not actually steal eggs. Readers will discover the truth about oviraptors, from what they looked like to where they lived. They will also learn what scientists think oviraptors ate instead of eggs.
A Nest of Dinosaurs: The Story of Oviraptor
By Mark A. Norell

Doubleday Books for Young Readers
Released: 1999-10-12
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A Nest of Dinosaurs: The Story of Oviraptor
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Known as the egg-stealing killer for many years, a recent discovery in 1993 showed the true nature of the Oviraptors that forever changed their historical reputation.
Looking At-- Oviraptor: A Dinosaur from the Cretaceous Period (The New Dinosaur Collection)
By Tamara Green

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Library Binding (24 pages)

Looking At-- Oviraptor: A Dinosaur from the Cretaceous Period (The New Dinosaur Collection)
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Describes the physical characteristics and probable behavior of this beaked dinosaur that scientists believe may have had an unusual appetite for dinosaur eggs
Oviraptor : Dinosaurs Series
By Janet Riehecky

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Describes known and hypothesized information about the dinosaur Oviraptor, including physical appearance and lifestyle.


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Schleich Oviraptor Toy Figurine
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  • Bring back the rare Oviraptor from the Jurassic times!
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The Schleich figures are modelled with attention to detail, hand-painted with care, and provide educationally valuable playtime. The Oviraptor lived over about 75 million years ago at the time of the Velociraptor.
Papo Blue Oviraptor Figure, Multicolor
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Imagine your own Jurassic time with Papo highly detailed dinosaurs. The wide range of dinosaurs will let children create their own adventures including the legendary T-Rex, the Velociraptor, the Pteranodon, the Triceratops and more. Papo is a reference in the world of figurines Thanks to the originality of its products and the extreme care taken with product quality and safety. In an age of mass consumption and throwaway goods, Papo remains true to its wish to produce fine toys that last over time and can be passed on from generation to generation. The range of products offers a wealth of 12 different universes ranging from animals made with astonishing degrees of realism to original characters from imaginary worlds.
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Bloco Toys Oviraptor | STEM Toy | Jurassic Dinosaur | DIY Building Construction Set (60Piece)
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Unique foam and plastic construction set Both boys and girls can enjoy. You simply plug the plastic connectors In the foam pieces and play! Blocks pieces are modular to enable you to build and shape a world of models.
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Dark. Dinosaur/Effect. 4. If this card is Normal or Special Summoned: You can take 1 Dinosaur-Type monster from your Deck, and either add it to your hand or send it to the Graveyard. You can target 1 other Level 4 or lower Dinosaur-Type monster on the field; destroy it, then Special Summon 1 Dinosaur-Type monster from your Graveyard in Defense Position. You can only use each effect of "Souleating Oviraptor" once per turn.
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For over 70 years the Indiana-based Chandler Co., produced and sold millions of gyroscopes. In 1982 TEDCO, Inc. purchased the Company and has since vastly increased toy lines with global sales.

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Safari Ltd Carnegie Scale Model Oviraptor
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The first skeleton of this dinosaur ever discovered was found atop a nest of eggs thought to belong to the small plant-eater Protoceratops. As a result, the new dinosaur was named Oviraptor, which means "egg thief". But in 1993, a supposed "Protoceratops" egg was found with an Oviraptor-like baby inside, proving that these kinds of eggs actually belonged to Oviraptor, not Protoceratops. Thanks to this discovery, scientists now think that Oviraptor may be misnamed. It probably didn't steal eggs - just the opposite, it took care of them!

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