|Time period :||Early Cretaceous period|
|In the series|
|Brought back :||No|
Incisivosaurus was named for its rodent-like front teeth. These dinosaurs did have feathers and probably used them for display, like a peacock's tail. Their protruding front teeth were about 5 inches (12.5 cm) long.
Like modern song-birds, Incisivosaurus used their feathery-wing like arms for mating displays especially competing other Incisivosaurus for food and space.
- Incisivosaurus shouldn't have pronated hands like how entertainment usually shows (Jurassic Park, etc), so their hands should be positioned like modern birds.
- Their wings should be larger and probably covered their third fingers.
- Their tail fans could have been larger in real life, though it is a speculation.