A large oviraptorid runs along the shore of the interior seaway. This animal has not yet been formally named, but is a very large example of this odd clade of dinosaurs, which include the famous Oviraptor. During the Cretaceous, sea levels were high, and what is now the Great Plains was covered, to varying extents, by a warm, shallow sea.
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