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From Wildlife Extra:
A new species of dinosaur that roamed northern South America 200 million years ago has been discovered in Venezuela.
This is the first time a dinosaur has been has been found here and in this honour it has been named Laquintasaura venezuelae.
Measuring about a metre long and 25 centimetres tall Laquintasaura would have been about the size of a small dog and belong to the ‘bird-hipped’, or Ornithischia, group of dinosaurs which later gave rise to Stegosaurus.
It was largely herbivorous- though the curve of some of its teeth suggest it might have also feasted on insects and small prey.
The discovery of it in small groups, which included juveniles and fully grown adults, could indicate they were living in herds; something that was not thought to have occurred in this sort of dinosaur until the Late Jurassic around 40 million years later.
‘It is fascinating and unexpected to see they lived in herds, something we have little evidence of so far in dinosaurs from this time,’ says lead author Dr Paul Barrett. “It’s always exciting to discover a new dinosaur species but there are many surprising firsts with Laquintasaura.”
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The scientific description of this new species is here.