At first glance, Rahonavis ostromi looks like an modern day bird.

But beneath the feathery guise, it is a full-blooded dromaeosaur! 

So far, no skull for it has been found, but as all of its contemporaries had teeth,
so Rahonavis probably did too. 
It also had a partially fused and stiffened tail of other dromaeosaurs,
and even the famous "killing claws" that are the trademark of the velociraptor. 
Like Archaeopteryx, this was nothing less than a flying dinosaur, that was also a true bird,
both at the same time!

Click on the shadow image for a close-up of this definite dinosaur in bird's clothing.