A quick update on the gorgosaurus libratus, a smaller cousin of my all-time favorite animal (and all around great swimmer), Tyrannosaurus Rex.
Scientists carefully removed the fossilized remains of cousin gorgosaurus and discovered remnants of two small oviraptorosaur—(feathered dinosaurs with a toothless beak) in its stomach. This is the first time we have actual proof of what a tyrannosaurus ate. Apparently, the gorgosaurus bit off the legs (the only thing found in the stomach) and left the remains. Turns out tyrannosaurus may have been a bit of a drumstick connoisseur. Ostriches beware.