Animalia Chordata Dinosauria Theropoda Enantiornithes

Enantiornithes (Walker, 1981) or opposite birds are extremely bird-like theropods which are capable of flight and have short or nonexistent tails. They are visibly distinct from true birds in that they have toothy snouts rather than beaks, clawed hands, and often have decorative feathers instead of an actual tail fan that true birds would use to control flight. For simplicity, all opposite bird families are contained here unless a split is deemed necessary. A real world example is Iberomesornis.



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Rolan (Rolahoferia lithalana)


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