Posted by: Loren Coleman on September 9th, 2010
A new form of dinosaur has been discovered that had a hump and sprouted elementary feathers, but was flightless.
The nearly complete skeleton was found in central Spain, dating from 125 million years ago. The 20-foot-long (6-meter-long) Concavenator corcovatus—”the hunchback hunter from Cuenca”—had two raised backbones, each 1.3 feet (40 centimeters) taller than the dinosaurs’ other vertebrae.
For more on this critter, please read more here.
So, the obvious question: Has anyone reported any cryptids that look like this?