This teeny, pigeon-sized tree-dweller is the only dinosaur known to have adopted a bat method of flight. Has wings formed of skin membranes, but also tight, downy plumage and four pretty, ribbon-like tail feathers.
SIZE: Positively minute for a dinosaur at 80cm in length and just 380g in weight.
PROS: Small, with short, dense feathers so it doesn’t shed much around the house.
CONS: Prone to screechiness; needs large aviary to glide back and forth within.