NEOVENATORPossibly the UK's biggest killer dinosaur. It once roamed the areas of Southern England around 120 million years ago, preying on the herds of Iguanodon and also, I would imagine, the numerous long necked sauropods that were around at this time. It is related to the T-Rex busting Carcharodontosaurus. Carcharodontosaurus The AFRICAN T-REX THIS IS A REAL FOSSIL DINOSAUR BONE 'GONE FISHING' Carcharodontosaurus about to devour a smaller spinosaurus. The original is truly breathtaking and is also available for sale. Please contact if interested.
Name:Meaning - Carcharodontosaurus saharicus means 'shark toothed lizard' Described By – (Depéret & Savornin, 1925) Stromer, 1931 (originally Megalosaurus)
Diet:Carnivorous : the ultimate evolutionary killing machine. Labelled the ‘African T-Rex’ Size: Length – 45 feet (8m to 14m) long. Weight – to 8 tons Geological Age: Mid to Late Cretaceous period, about 90 million years ago. Locomotion: Carcarodontosaurus walked on two muscular legs, like T-Rex Teeth & Bones: Until recently, Carcarodontosaurus was only known from few scrappy remains. However new finds have shown that this creature was huge and rivaled T-Rex in size. Reconstruction of a ... read more