A dinosaur the size of a cat has been discovered by scientists.
The previously unknown dinosaur was discovered in southern Argentina.
Its fossilised remains were dug up near a dam in Patagonia in Rio Negro province’s La Buitrera paleontological zone.
The scientists believe the creature, named Jakapil kaniukura, lived about 100 million years ago and is likely to have walked upright on its back legs.
Lead paleontologist Sebastian Apesteguia and his colleagues found a partial skeleton of the tiny dino along with 15 tooth fragments featuring a leaf-like shape, similar to iguana teeth.