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Ornithomimus (s) Ornithomimids (pl) (nouns)
A thirteen to fifteen-foot-long (4 to 4.6-meter) omnivorous theropod dinosaur from the Late Cretaceous Period that had large hips, a long tail, and strong hind limbs: "Ornithomimus has been discovered in several places in the western United States and Canada."

"Ornithomimids looked very much like modern ostriches (except for their long tails); and, although their heads were small, they had large brain areas which probably were dedicated to kinesthetic (movement) coordination, according to some paleontologists."

—Compiled from information located at, "Dinosaurs from A-Z"
and Wikipedia, "Ornithomimus".
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