The Dwarf Wounder is a species of non-avian theropod dinosaur part of a troodont family, evolving from Troodons that survived the mesozoic/cenozoic extinction and remained unchanged, other than it shrank to about the size of a chicken. It feeds on small mammals, small birds, small reptiles, frogs, fish, insects, berries, and leaves. It is native to the grasslands, swamps, and woodlands of Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, South Dakota, Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, Mississippi, Louisiana, Georgia, Alabama, and Kansas, but were introduced to Nevada, Arizona, Oregon, and California by humans. Like all troodon descendants in the genus Troodon, they can tolerate well with human activities and can survive in all kinds of human settlements.
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