Sinornithomimus modernii (name meaning "modern Chinese bird-mimic") is a species of non-avian ornithomimid theropod dinosaur that originally lived in what is now China during the Late Cretaceous and was once extinct, but has since been brought back from extinction by SciiFii and now lives in Cretaceous Park located in Sacramento, California. Sinornithomimus modernii is a small animal compared with most other ornithomimids, growing about 8.2 feet long and weigh about as much as an emu. It is a herbivore that mainly feeds on fruits, leaves, seeds, ferns, and horsetails. The lifestyle of a Sinornithomimus modernii is almost identical to modern ratites such as ostriches and emus. Due to Sinornithomimus modernii being tame towards humans and easy to keep/care for in captivity, SciiFii is currently planning on selling some of the Sinornithomimus modernii to bird breeders and farm sanctuaries, for people who want to buy Sinornithomimus modernii to protect livestock, or just want non-avian dinosaurs as pets or free-ranging farmland animals.
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