Wulong (meaning "dancing dragon" ) is a genus of microraptorine dromaeosaurid dinosaurs from the Early Cretaceous about 120 million years ago in Jiufotang Formation of China. It includes one species, Wulong bohaiensis. The skeletal remains represent a juvenile.[1]


The holotype specimen of the dinosaur was found by a farmer in the fossil-rich Jiufotang Formation of Liaoning Province, China.


The long and bony tail of Wulong bohaiensis is double its body length.

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