Dinosaurs Among Us
It is widely thought that the dinosaurs were destroyed as a result of a cataclysmic calamity billions of years ago. However, there have always been suggestions that a few might still be alive. This should relieve some of your worries. Here’s an image of a bird that probably developed from Theropods, a nasty species of flesh-eating dinosaurs.
Therapods are relatives of the notorious Tyrannosaurus Rex, and some of the bird fossils are thought to be about 150 million years old. The birds are considerably smaller than their ancestors, with a different skull form that makes them appear to be dinosaur embryos as they mature. Their beaks have also improved in terms of food finding, nesting, and raising their young.