A dinosaur specialist from University of Chicago has unveiled that she had found a new kind of dinosaur in 1960's, but had talked about the same now. Paul Sereno was of the view that she chipped the new kind of dinosaur in a red rock in southern Africa.
He wanted to write about his new findings at that time only, bit one or the other commitment kept him occupied. It is now that he decided to write about the same and inform the world. Pail said that the dinosaur has been named as Pegomastax africanus and is said to from the family of heterodontosaurus.
The dinosaur used to exist some 200 years ago and is quite short in height. It features were a bit unlikely than a typical dinosaur, and its weight is also said to be less than the weight of a pet cat.
Other experts known to the matter were of the view that this specie used to eat flesh and insect, but Paul, would like to differ on the same. Paul was of the view that its big bristles were just a protective weapon, which it used for defense.
"I think the bristles would have made it look at least a little bigger than it was -- perhaps they could poke out more strongly when excited", further asserted Paul, whose study has also been published in the journal ZooKeys.
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