(Text by Daniel Bensen)
    The yellow-faced pithecosaur (Afropithecosaurus flavus) is a small, nimble, fruit-eating pithecosaur that lives in the scattered forests of eastern and central Africa.  These dinosaurs are known to associate with flocks of small parrots, which act as an early warning system for approaching arbroraptors.
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