8 feet long
Late Cretaceous, 80 million years ago
Oviraptor was a seven-foot long toothless dinosaur with a sharp back that may have fed on many kinds of food. It’s name means "egg thief" because when it was first discovered it was thought to be eating eggs from a nearby nest of fossil eggs. Now we know from fossils that Oviraptor was actually the parent who sat on its nest of eggs.