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It fits in a pocket.

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    The newly discovered Konogaphon dinosaur is smaller than human hands. (AP)


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Look at the little bones. There are two strong leg bones. There is a mouth full of sharp teeth.

Who do they belong to? A tiny dinosaur.


READ MORE: Meet Kongonaphon. Its name means “tiny bug slayer.” This dinosaur is small enough to fit in your pocket. Scientists found Kongonaphon’s bones in Madagascar. The bones give clues about the little dinosaur. God gave it legs built for jumping and teeth made for munching. The little reptile was probably cute! Would it have made a great pet? You bet! Genesis 1:31 says, “And God saw everything that He had made, and behold, it was very good.”