Poke, the magic dragon!
The answer, of course, is a one fingered fossil, found in 80 million year old rock formation in Inner Mongolia. Archeologists seem to agree that these single digits would have been used more for digging and poking around than anything else. Originally thought to be the first flightless birds, these dinosaurs have officially been given the "dino" tag. Read more about the Linhenykus monodactylus, or what I am dubbing the Paleontological Poke-a-saurus, by clicking here!
Cheers to new dinosaurs being a lot less scary than the ones we all grew up knowing!