Baryonyx?

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A Baryonyx was a kind of dinosaur. It was carnivorous, which means it was a meat eater. It lived in the early Cretaceous period, 125 million years ago.
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Baryonyx was about 8 to 10 m long (26 to 33 ft), and around 5 m (12 ft) tall. It probably weighed in the region of 2,000 kg, but analysis of the bones suggests that the most complete specimen was not yet fully grown. Baryonyx is a very... More »
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