Hagryphus is a member of the oviraptorosaurs, a group of bird-like feathered dinosaurs with toothless beaks, powerful arms and formidable claws ...
Also on the subject of caenagnathids, there is Hagryphus giganteus, just described from the Campanian Kaiparowits Formation of Utah (Zanno & Sampson 2005).
The new dinosaur, formally dubbed Hagryphus giganteus, which means giant four-footed, bird-like god of the western desertâ in reference to the animal's outward resemblance to a large land bird, its giant stature, and its discovery in the Utah desert.
One bony claw of Hagryphus preserves the impression of the keratinous fingernail-like that would have covered the claw in life.
Hagryphus giganteus, horned dinosaurs Kosmoceratops and Utahceratops, duck-billed dinosaurs, including Gryposaurus monumentensis, two new tyrannosaurs and a number of armored dinosaurs known as ankylosaurs.
Hagryphus giganteu, to mega-sized tyrannosaurs - not T. rex, but its smaller relatives.