Latenivenatrix is a member of the troodontid family. Its name means hiding huntress, and although remains were discovered in 1969, Latenivenatrix was given its name in 2017. This dinosaur was found in Alberta, Canada’s Dinosaur Mountain Park.
As a troodontid, the Latenivenatrix is a small, bird-like dinosaur. Its body can reach up to twelve feet in length, and its skull can be eighteen inches long. Out of all the troodontids, Latenivenatrix is by far the largest. Latenivenatrix has small, wing-like arms, but it is unable to fly. It walks on two legs and is somewhat of an omnivore, though it mostly dines on plants.