Stubby-Tailed Oviraptors Had Tails for Courtship Displays

Artist's reconstruction of a 1.5-meter-long male oviraptor Ingenia yanshini flirting with a potential mate. Credit: Syndey Mohr

A new study indicates that a group of bipedal dinosaurs, known as oviraptors, shook their feather-adorned tails to gain attention during their courtship rituals.

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