A new species of dinosaur might have dived like a duck to catch its prey

An artist's life reconstruction of the bird-like Cretaceous Period dinosaur Natovenator polydontus, which boasted a streamlined body resembling those of diving birds and lived about 72 million years ago in what is now the Gobi Desert of Mongolia. (Yusik Choi/Handout/Reuters) An artist's life reconstruction of the bird-like Cretaceous Period dinosaur Natovenator polydontus, which boasted a streamlined body resembling those of diving birds and lived about 72 million years ago in what is now the Gobi Desert of Mongolia. (Yusik Choi/Handout/Reuters)

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