AfricaAverostraDinosauriaEarly CretaceousEusaurischiaMegalosauroideaNeotheropodaOrionidesSaurischiaSpinosauridaeSpinosaurinaeTetanuraeTheropoda

Spinosaurus aegyptiacus 

Dinosaur: Spinosaurus aegyptiacus 

Type: Theropod

Length*: 14 m 45.9 ft
Weight*: 7.1 tons 15,653 lb
*The largest known specimen

ESR: 3 / 4 (estimated size reliability)


Material: Several partial skeletons and many referred bones.
References: Carrano, Benson and Sampson, (2012). The phylogeny of Tetanurae (Dinosauria: Theropoda).Ibrahim, Maganuco, Sereno, Dal Sasso, Keillor, Martill, Zouhri, Fabbri and Auditore, (2014). Associated remains of Spinosaurus aegyptiacus, an enormous predatory dinosaur with subaquatic adaptations. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology.Mortimer - Theropod database (online).Dal Sasso, Maganuco and Buffetaut, (2005). New information on the skull of the enigmatic theropod Spinosaurus, with remarks on its size and affinities.


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