It has a long head and long tail and wing-like forelimbs.Its serrated teeth, like steak knives, suggest it was a carnivore.
Today's announcement of a well-preserved fossil represents the first definitive evidence that dromaeosaurs roamed South America as well.The prevailing hypothesis that the Hungarians are related to the Finno-Ugric people is based strictly upon linguistic similarities and is not supported by written chronicles or archaeological finds.Note the following quotations from two leading Hungarian scholars offering excellent examples of the, Officia Nova 1996.): "Of the ancestors of Hungarians to 600 A.) were semi-nomadic warrior Turkic tribes who flourished in the Pontic-Caspian steppe and the Volga region during the 7th century.Emerging as nomadic equestrians in the Volga-Ural region, according to some researchers their roots can be traced to Central Asia.
In the Balkans, the Bulgars became a political and military elite, and merged with previous populations, such as the Thracians and Vlachs, According to Osman Karatay, if the "mixed" etymology relied on the westward migration of the Oğur (Oghurs), meeting and merging with the Huns, north of the Black Sea, it was a faulty theory, since the Oghurs were documented in Europe as early as 463, while the Bulgars were not mentioned until 482 – an overly short time period for any such ethnogenesis to occur.