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Epanterias amplexus (Allosaurus)

  • 10-10-2019 8:23pm
    Closed Accounts Posts: 20,759 ✭✭✭✭ dlofnep

    Was just reading about this extremely large allosaur - It was nearly as big as a T-Rex at 40 feet (obviously weighed a bit less, like all allosaurs).

    If this is the case, would this rate as probably one of the greatest predator's that ever lived - Given Allosaurs are reported to have been lighter, faster and had longer arms which indicated it was primarly a predator first.

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