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Dromaeosaurus albertensis

Dinosaur: Dromaeosaurus albertensis

Type: Theropod

Length*: 2.3 m 7.5 ft
Weight*: 34 kg 75 lb
*The largest known specimen

ESR: 3 / 4 (estimated size reliability)


Material: Incomplete skull and fragmentary skeleton, referred many other specimens and many teeth.
References: Turner A.H., Makovicky P.J., Norell M.A. (2012). A review of dromaeosaurid systematics and paravian phylogeny.Matthew and Brown, (1922). The family Deinodontidae, with notice of a new genus from the Cretaceous of Alberta.Mortimer - Theropod database (online).


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