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Australovenator Wintonensis Skeleton by 2195Razielim Australovenator Wintonensis Skeleton by 2195Razielim
Australovenator Wintonensis Skeletal Reconstruction

Discovered in June 2006 his name means Southern Hunter he was a Neovenatorid belong to the Allosauroid family of Theropod Dinosaurs he was 6 m/20 ft long was 3 m/10 ft tall and was 500 kg/1103 lb heavy he had 72 serrated teeth and 3 huge 25.4 cm/10 inch to 12.7 cm/ 5 inch 6.5 cm/ 2.6 inch recurved razor sharp claws estimated to run at 30 km/19 miles an hour roamed Queensland State of Australia during the Mid-Cretaceous (Latest Albian)100-98 million years ago

It is claimed to be Australia’s answer to Velociraptor, the terrifying dinosaur brought so chillingly to life by Stephen Spielberg in the film ‘Jurassic Park’. Theropod dinosaur of the Jurassic Period eating a smaller ornithopod Velociraptor was turkey sized. For his movie, Spielberg had to invent a human-sized version for his villainous killer. If Australovenator was known back then, Spielberg would have had the perfect dinosaur to use: a fast, ferocious killer; the height of an adult human; with massive hand claws and razor-sharp teeth.
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rolandborsody Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2018
hello I was wondering if I could use this pic as a logo of mine after paying the credit rights for you of course. I just love to have it and use it for my business here in AUS Pls get back to me asap. Roland
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2195Razielim Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2018  Hobbyist Photographer
I'll pm you
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PonchoFirewalker01 Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2015
It would be fascinating to see if Australovenator was alive today in the Australian Outback and what kind of impact it would have on Australia's history and feral animals :)
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2195Razielim Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
indeed it would be interesting =P (Razz) 
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SpinoInWonderland Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2013
Wouldn't Australovenator be a bit, well, too large to be a replacement for the JP "raptors"?
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2195Razielim Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
true but still
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Bealmeister Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
So this was the Polar Allosaur. It's quite the beast.
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