When did the allosaurs become extinct?

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The Allosaurus became extinct nearly 150 million years ago. The Allosaurus was considered to be a carnivore. The dinosaur also had a very large skull.
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Allosaurus is a classic big theropod: a large skull on a short neck, a long tail, and reduced forelimbs. Its most distinctive feature is a pair of blunt horns just above and in front of the eyes. Although short in comparison to the... More »
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