The dinosaurs may all be gone, but that doesn't stop new species from turning up all the time at least in their decidedly more peaceable, fossilized form. The latest addition to the dino list: the Daemonosaurus chauliodus, which lived 205 million years ago during the end of the Triassic period in what is now Argentina and Brazil. A fleet bipedal beast about the size of a large Irish Setter, the Daemonosaurus is important because it's a basal (or primitive) form of the bipedal dinos known as Theropods, which were thought to have vanished millions of years earlier. This one is a transitional species between the earlier models and the more modern ones that appeared in the Jurassic. For humans, that would be like finding the fabled missing link albeit one with much sharper teeth.