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Noasaurus leali

Noasaurus leali in a leap
This is one of the "free'est" dinosaurs to illustrate, as there are only a few bones known.
What is known is that it had a tall maxilla, and a tall quadrate, making the skull pretty
robust. As much as possible of the missing parts
are filled out by Masiakasaurus and Velocisaurus which are thought to be it's closest relative.

New research shows that Noasaurus after all lacked the "raptorian" claw.

DATA

Noasaurus leali

Lenghtca 2 m
Weightca 15 kg
Timeca 71 mya
PlaceArgentina

 

 

 
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