Image: Ingenia yanshini, skull
Ingenia yanshini, skull, cast of fossil. Mongolia, Late Cretaceous, 76 - 67 million years ago.
- Robert Jones
- © Australian Museum
Oviraptorosaurs like Ingenia were meat-eaters with no teeth. They had relatively large heads with short, deep beaks and jaw muscles powerful enough to crush bones. They may also have eaten plants, molluscs and eggs.