“Creatures the size of ostriches care for the eggs, keeping them warm in transit.” — Arthur DenisonOviraptor (known as Ovinutrix in Pelledrine) is a genus of small theropod dinosaur.
Oviraptor is a birdlike dinosaur with a toothless beak and a bony crest on its head. It had feathers covering its body, and it is believed to have had "wings" (long feathers on forelimbs) and a tail fan. They are excellent brooders.
There appears to be two species of Oviraptor in Dinotoptia: a colorful one (Known as Ovinutrix) in the west (Pelledrine) and a blue-feathered one in the east (Chandara). The Ovinutrix is characterized by a red crest, a blue throat, and a purplish-reddish colored body. The eastern Oviraptor has blue feathers with a golden throat and a black crest.