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('horned reptile')

Discovered 1883 by M.P. Felch associated with Allosaurus in Fremont County, Colorado. First described by O.C. Marsh.

Maximum body length of 20 ft (6 m) and stood 5-6 ft (2 m) high.

Large head, short neck, short arms, thick legs.

Big jaws with sharp curved teeth.

Unlike Allosaurus, has four well-developed fingers.

Smaller, more lightly-built and agile predator than Allosaurus.

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Genus Ceratosaurus
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Theropods of the Dry Mesa Quarry: Ceratosaurus
... vertebrae, seventeen caudal vertebrae, and two metatarsals found in the Dry Mesa
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... curved fangs, a short, thick neck, short arms, and long muscular legs. But Ceratosaurus
was probably less heavily built. It's name is derived from the bony ...

... (sair-AT-o-sawr-us). Ceratosaurus means "horned lizard" and was so named because
it belonged to an unusual family of horned flesh eaters. It is thought to have ...

... Note: Ceratosaurus ingens devait être un énorme Cératosaure africain, pesant
peut-être jusqu'à 5 tonnes, mais son nom n'est pas encore définitif. ...

Ceratosaurus (sir-AT-oh-SAWR-us). A bipedal theropod
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Ceratosaurus Maxilla. Scientific name: Ceratosaurus nasicornus Location:
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This Jurassic theropod dinosaur was a big creature, growing to as long as 20 feet.
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Ceratosaurus. ... WHEN CERATOSAURUS LIVED. Ceratosaurus was a large but common meat-eater
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Ceratosaurus sp. in Portugal
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