Newly discovered one-fingered dinsoaur is genetically designed for poking

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Linhenykus monodactylus

So what loser still bothers to poke people on Facebook, you might ask? This tiny one-fingered dinosaur, that's who! Or at least he would if he hadn't been extinct for 80 million years, but you get the idea. Newly discovered by paleontologists in China, meet the Linheykus monodactylus, an eight-inch tall pint-sized, awkward cousin of the T-Rex who, thanks to his creepy little claws, is an exciting discovery for science and the internet alike.