Classification: Teropods, Neoteropods
Body length: 6 m
Body weight: 500 kg - 1 t
Period: Early Jurassic
Locations: USA, China
The name Dilofosaurus is derived from the Greek words “di” (“du”), “lophos” (“rag”) and “sauros” (“lizard”); hence the "lizard of two rags."
It originated from the most peculiar feature of Dilofosaurus - a pair of rounded rags in the skull, made up of extensions of the nasal bones.
They are considered too fragile for someone else apart from the demonstration. Dilophosaurs were carnivores and a myth of dead skeletons because their teeth were too weak to kill a large prey.
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