A tiny new species of bird-like dinosaur has been discovered, preserved in a lump of 100-million-year-old amber. The tooth-filled skull is only 14.25mm long, suggesting that this ancient creature would have been the size of a hummingbird - far smaller than other dinosaurs known from that time. Unusual features include large, side-facing eyes and a large number of sharp teeth suggesting a predatory lifestyle. The species has been named Oculudentavis khaungraae.
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