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Abdominal Contents from Two Large Early Cretaceous Compsognathids (Dinosauria: Theropoda) Demonstrate Feeding on Confuciusornithids and Dromaeosaurids

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Sinocalliopteryx gigas (CAGS-IG-T1), partial skeleton. A, B; skull; C, dorsal vertebrae and ribs.

Arrow points to partly covered Confuciusornis humerus; D, associated feet; E, associated pedal phalanges and unguals; F, articulated tail with filamentous integument. Abbreviations: C, centrum; Ch, chevron; Dr, dorsal rib; In, integument; Ju; jugal; La, lacrimal; Mt, metatarsal; Mx, maxilla; Na, nasal; Pal, palatine; Pfr, prefrontal; Ph, phalanx; Pm, premaxilla; Po, postorbital; Tc, tooth crown; Un, ungual; V, vomer. Scale bars in C–F equal 10 cm in 1 cm increments.

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