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  • His spex brought it into focus – it was a greenleg, one of three distinct local species whose skeletons would have been classified as Allosaurus fragilis if found fossilized.

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  • His spex brought it into focus – it was a greenleg, one of three distinct local species whose skeletons would have been classified as Allosaurus fragilis if found fossilized.

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  • '' 'Allosaurus' '' ([[Greek language | Greek]]: αλλος, '' allos '' ( "different, strange") and σαυρος, '' sauros '' ( "lizard"); "[[Name means:: different lizard]]") belongs to a group of

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  • '' 'Allosaurus' '' ([[Greek language | Greek]]: αλλος, '' allos '' ( "different, strange") and σαυρος, '' sauros '' ( "lizard"); "[[Name means:: different lizard]]") belongs to a group of

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  • Brachiosaurus and predators such as Allosaurus about 150 million years ago, during the late

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  • Brachiosaurus and predators such as Allosaurus about 150 million years ago, during the late

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  • Brachiosaurus and predators such as Allosaurus about 150 million years ago, during the late

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  • - coexisted with other dinosaurs such as Allosaurus, Torvosaurus, Apatosaurus, Diplodocus and Stegosaurus.

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  • Nick Longrich of the department of geology and geophysics at Yale University agreed: "It's very significant, because it helps give us a better idea of what the ancestor of carnivorous dinosaurs – including Tyrannosaurus, Allosaurus and the birds – would have looked like."

    230-Million-Year-Old Dinosaur Species Discovered

  • Nick Longrich of the department of geology and geophysics at Yale University agreed: "It's very significant, because it helps give us a better idea of what the ancestor of carnivorous dinosaurs – including Tyrannosaurus, Allosaurus and the birds – would have looked like."

    230-Million-Year-Old Dinosaur Species Discovered

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