Gargantuavis was a genus of prehistoric bird, possibly an enantiornithine, containing thus far a single species, Gargantuavis philoinos. It lived during the Late Cretaceous in what is now southern France, probably around 70 mya. A large bird, Gargantuavis was flightless, occupying an ecological niche somewhat similar to that of modern ratites or certain non-avian dinosaurs. It seems possible that some of the fossil eggs found in the region. usually attributed to titanosaur dinosaurs, actually belong to this bird.
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