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Dromaeosauridae (Matthew & Brown, 1922) or raptors are avian theropods that usually posses a large claw on the second toe of the hind foot. Raptors are swift-moving, intelligent predators, and are close relatives of the birds. Their tails are unique among those of other theropods in that they are relatively stiff, which helps keep them stable as they run. Examples include the real-life Deinonychus, Halszkaraptor and Microraptor, as well as this wiki's Euraraptor.
Sagittariraptor (large feathered raptors with many long feathers extending from the back of the head like a secretarybird)