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meaning: "Pelican mimic"
Named By: Bernardino Perez PerezinMoreno, Jose Luis Sanz, Angela Buscalioni, Jose Moratalla, Francisco Ortega & Diego RasskininGutmanas in 1994
Time Period: Early Cretaceous, 130 Ma
Location: Spain, Cuenca Province - Calizas de La Huerguina Formation
Size: Estimated up to 2.5 meters long
Diet: Piscivore/Carnivore
Fossil(s): Skull and frontal portion of the skeleton. Remains of soft tissue are also known
Classification: | Chordata | Reptilia | Dinosauria | Saurischia | Theropoda | Maniraptoriformes | Ornithomimosauria |

Pelecanimimus (meaning "pelican mimic") is a genus of basal ("primitive") ornithomimosaurian theropod dinosaur from the Early Cretaceous of Spain. It is notable for possessing more teeth than any other member of the Ornithomimosauria (or any other theropod), most of which were toothless.

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