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One of the largest flesh-eating dinosaurs that walked on 2 legs, Allosaurus had muscular hind limbs and supported its weight primarily on its toes. It had an S-shaped neck, a huge skull and jaws, forelimbs armed with sharp claws, and a long tail counterbalancing the weight of its body and head.

Allosaurus had dagger-shaped teeth capable of easily piercing flesh. They may have hunted in packs and feasted together on large herbivores (plant-eaters). -- Text and photo Courtesy of the National Museum of Natural History

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