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Carnivorous dinosaurs other than the famous t-rex and spinosaurus..

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" Acrocanthosaurus skeleton displayed at The North Carolina Museum of Naturel Sciences. "


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Deinocheirus by Phil wilson...


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" A new species of tyrannosaur (named ‘Reaper of Death’) that stalked North America around 80 million years ago has been discovered by scientists in Canada. "

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Evolution of two very famous coelurosaurs' depiction through the 35 last years: the velociraptor's and deynonychus's.

I know, it's completely subjectiv but I prefer them without feathers.


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Lythronax: one of the oldest tyrannosaurids, living during the Campanien period of the Late Cretaceous (80,6 to 79,9 millions years ago) in the South Utah. 7m50 long, weighing till 2.5 tons, very strong skull (and jaw). A kind of reduced model of Tarbosaurus and Tyrannosaurus which were living on Earth 10 millions after.


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Probably a very modern depiction of the real velociraptor. Well-feathered carnivor dinosaur, here as scavengers, around a corpse of ceratopsidae.




Depiction by Ramon Ancedo.
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Carcharodontosaurus... If you want to compare with the t-rex, just look at here how rectilinear the mandible is...



A t-rex depicted before the coronavirus appeared...

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(03-14-2020, 12:48 PM)Spalea Wrote: Carcharodontosaurus... If you want to compare with the t-rex, just look at here how rectilinear the mandible is...



A t-rex depicted before the coronavirus appeared...


That Tyrannosaurus meme below  Funny Funny
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Australovenator getting the upper hand over a prey. Theropod discovered in Queensland, lived at he beginning of the Upper Cretaceous (95 millions years ago). 6 meters long, 2 meters high, 500 kilos. Here depicted with a feathered body...


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" The dinosaur Giganotosaurus carolinii, one of the world's largest terrestrial carnivores, reconstructed in the position where its fossilized bones were found, at the museum of Villa El Chocón, next to the hydroelectric dam of El Chocón, Neuquén Province, Argentina. ☺

Giganotosaurus is a genus of theropod dinosaur that lived in what is now Argentina, during the early Cenomanian age of the Late Cretaceous period, approximately 98 to 97 million years ago. The holotype specimen was discovered in the Candeleros Formation of Patagonia in 1993, and is almost 70% complete.
Mass: 4,200 – 14,000 kg (Adult)
Eats: Santanaraptor
Speed: 50 km/h (Adult)
Length: 12 – 13 m (Adult)
Family: †Carcharodontosauridae
Fossils: MUCPv-95, MUCPv-52, MUCPv-Ch1 "


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A good video about the utahraptors and dromaeosaurus in general...





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" Tarbosaurus tries his luck [i]" [/i]by Mauricio Anton

By watching their claws the potential preys would be the therizinosaurus, a fearsome opponent, even for a tarbosaurus, the T-rex of the Asiatic continent...

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"  Saurolophus running from a Tarbosaurus  ", by John Conway


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From the Dinosaur Dynasty book series.
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Baryonyx...


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