Rare! Researchers discover a 70-million-year-old dinosaur that slept like birds.

Recently, a new species of dinosaur that lived about 70 million years ago was uncovered. It has some strange characteristics.  

In the remote area of the Gobi Desert in south Mongolia, paleontologists discovered the fossilized bones of the recently discovered species, Jaculinykus yaruui. The study was released in the PLOS One publication.  

The method used to discover the recently discovered dinosaur species was an intriguing feature.  

It was found by researchers in an odd resting posture that resembles how contemporary birds sleep.  

Paleontologists consider this to be an uncommon discovery for a dinosaur.  

The researchers consider this to be a significant finding, particularly since it offers a fresh viewpoint and sheds light on the evolution of bird behavior. 

The specimen was found in a position that suggests it was asleep when it died, which is the most intriguing part of the discovery. 

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