In the distance, you see a silhouette of a giant bird, walking on a sparsely vegetated sandy hill.
When you get closer you see that the bird is not a bird at all — It’s a DINOSAUR!
Gigatororaptors are the biggest Oviraptor; they were 15 feet high and 26 feet long.
Their feathers were probably used for display rather than insulation. They were about 15 feet tall and 26 feet long. Their eggs were long and oval shaped.