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Albertosaurus vs Anchiceratops

Albertosaurus vs Anchiceratops
A very unlucky Albertosaurus gets to experience a heavy armored Anchiceratops smashing
into it's side, and lifting it up in the air. The horns pierce right through the predator, and will leave
it bleeding to death on the ground.

This image is not based on a proven happening,
but pure speculation on a scene that might as well have taken place.

The Albertosaurus is supposed to be a A. sarcophagus but is mainly based on Gorgosaurus libratus
as this one was known as Albertosaurus libratus for a very long time.


DATA

Albertosaurus sarcophagus

Lenght7-8,5 m
Weightca 2 tonnes
Timeca 70 mya
PlaceCanada & USA

Anchiceratops ornatus
Lenght6 m
Weightca 2 tonnes
Time71-65 mya.
PlaceAlberta, Canada

 

 

 
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