Researchers say the fossil of a bird discovered in China feature sharp teeth, providing unique insight into how the ancient birds fed themselves, according to a report published in the Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. The 125 million-year-old fossil was so well-preserved that scientists found contents still in its stomach. The fossil was found in the Liaoning province, an area that one expert describes as a "hotspot of ancient bird biodiversity."

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