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Velociraptors are most famous for appearing in the Jurassic Park movie franchise, where they are characterized as highly intelligent and deadly killers. The name translates to something along the lines of "speedy thief" or "swift seizer", referring to its fast pace and menacing and sharp claws that could grab onto prey. Velociraptor meandered the Earth around 85.8 million to 70.6 million years back, amid the very finish of the Cretaceous Period. The Velociraptor is thought to have murdered its prey with sickle-tipped paws on its back feet. Velociraptor had somewhere between 13 to 15 teeth located in its upper jaw and around 14 to 15 teeth that were placed in its lower jaw. These teeth were generally separated and serrated, however more unequivocally on the back edge than the front. Velociraptor's tail of hard, melded bones was unyielding, however likely kept it adjusted and balanced as it ran, chased and hopped. Velociraptor, similar to all of the other organisms in its genus "dromaeosaurid", had two vast hand-like limbs with three bent hooks on the ends of them. This meat-eater weighed just roughly 30 pounds maximum, or about that as a normal human toddler and accomplished an unremarkable tallness of around three feet. This dinosaur lived in what is presently the deserts of Mongolia around 70 million years prior to Mongolia even existing. In spite of the fact that its sharp teeth and grasping hands were unquestionably offensive, the go-to weapons in Velociraptor's munititions stockpile were the three-inch-long claws it possessed on every one of its rear feet, which it used to cut, poke, and eviscerate prey. They regularly kept these claws off the ground like collapsed switchblades, and utilized them as snares to shield their prey from getting away and trap the prey they ate in place. The principal known Velociraptor fossil was found in the Mongolian Gobi Desert in 1922. Velociraptor was a meat eater that chased and searched for sustenance, similar to the aforementioned t-rex. While the Velociraptor was featherless in the motion pictures it was often depicted in, scientists found plume handles (places where the flight-related quills of winged creatures are moored deep down) on a very well-preserved Velociraptor lower arm from Mongolia in 2007, showing the dinosaur had quills or feathers. In spite of having plumes, be that as it may, the arms of Velociraptors were too short to enable them to fly or even glide. The find proposes that the dinosaurs' dromaeosaurid ancestors could fly at a certain point, but however later lost that capacity. Velociraptor held its quills, and potentially utilized them to pull in mates, manage and maintain a steady body temperature, shield eggs from nature or produce push and speed while running up slanted hills and other similarly hard-to-overcome obstacles.

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