Nests of Big-Clawed Dinosaurs Found in Mongolia | LiveScience
Geege Schuman stashed this in Science Too
"Therizinosaurs, which lived about 70 million years ago, sported huge, round guts; stumpy legs; a long neck; and a turtlelike head and beak.
Despite being members of the carnivorous group known as theropods — which includes the deadly king of the predators Tyrannosaurus rex— the waddling dinosaurs were herbivores. They also had enormous Edward Scissorhands-like, three-digit claws that may have been used to grasp branches and scrape up plant material, similar to the way bamboo-eating pandas do today."
There has got to be some kind of award for a true story that triangulates pandas, Johnny Depp, and dinosaurs.
Edward Pandahands the Dinosaur Pirate?