Therioraptora (Disgustedorite, 2019) are feathered dinosaurs with distinctly mammalian traits, specifically in the form of ears, which strongly deviate from other dinosaur groups. This includes most "furry" species which are shown or described as raptor-like but have ears, including gem raptors, kukuri, and avali.

The following are within this clade:

  • Tateelotheriidae (therioraptors with long necks and long ears located near the back of their heads)
  • Therioraptoridae (therian-eared horned theropods with feathers and sickle- or talon-clawed, often paw-like feet)

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