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Big Toothed Spanish Allosaur

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    The tooth is 9.83cm long, about half the size of T.rex's largest teeth. Precious little else is known about this dinosaur.
    The palaeontologists have concluded that this is the largest tooth of a carnivorous dinosaur to have been found to date in Spain.

    The features and size of the 9.83 cm tooth provide key information needed to identify its former owner. The researchers are in no doubt - it was a large, predatory, carnivorous dinosaur (theropod) belonging to the Allosauroidea clade, a group that contains large carnivorous dinosaurs measuring between six and 15 metres

    Full article here.

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