Scientists are alluding to Chilesaurus diegosuarezi as a "platypus" dinosaur in view of its odd mix of characters that look like changing dinosaur bunches.
Chilesaurus diegosuarezi is settled inside the throughput gathering of dinosaurs, the dinosaurian bunch that assembles the renowned meat eaters Carnotaurus, Velociraptor, and Tyrannosaurus, and from which birds developed today.
Chilesaurus' pelvic support looks like that of the ornithischian dinosaurs, though it is really characterized in the other fundamental dinosaur division - Saurischia.
As a consequence of these comparable propensities, diverse locales of the collection of Chilesaurus advanced to take over those present in other, disconnected gatherings of dinosaurs, which is a sensation called transformative joining.
The teeth of Chilesaurus are very much alike to those of primitive long-neck dinosaurs in light of the fact that they were chosen over a huge number of years as an aftereffect of a comparable eating routine between these two heredities of dinosaurs.
Chilesaurus can be viewed as a "platypus" dinosaur on the grounds that diverse parts of its body take over those of other dinosaur amasses because of mosaic merged advancement.
" Dr. Fernando Novas, Bernardino Rivadavia Natural Sciences Museum, Buenos Aires, Argentina, drove the exploration on Chilesaurus and said: 'Chilesaurus is the first finish dinosaur from the Jurassic Period found in Chile and speaks to a standout amongst the most finish and anatomically right archived theropod dinosaurs from the southern side of the equator.