The newly identified Pegomastax africanus, is one of the smallest dinosaurs ever found at about two feet long and the weight of a cat. Image credit: Tyler Keillor Watch the video…
The Pegomastax africanus – “thick jaw from Africa,” one of the smallest dinosaurs ever found, lived more than 200 million years ago, in the early Jurassic period in South Africa.
Illustration by Carol Abraczinskas, Paul Srereno
source University of Chicago