Ornithomimids were a type of theropod dinosaur, but unlike most of their flesh-eating relatives, they had small heads and narrow, toothless snouts. Ornithomimids strongly resemble modern ostriches, and they probably lived in much the same way, feeding on seeds, fruits, and possibly insects or other small animals. Ornithomimid fossils from Alberta, Canada show that these dinosaurs were covered in feathers. At Dinosaur Park, the most common. ornithomimid fossils are toe claws.