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Kelmayisaurus gigantus Scale

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Nombre científico: Kelmayisaurus gigantus

Longitud: 22 m

Localización: China

Periodo Geológico: Cretácico inferior


¡Atención! no es el promedio exacto de las medidas de esta especie.

Es probable que este genero no sea valido y se deba a una confusión. No obstante, si de verdad era un teropodo, media más de 22 metros, lo que supera al mismisimo Spinosaurus.

Pero no se emocionen demasiado, es muy probable que se trate de hecho de un sauropodo, o quisas no.


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Sirivof's avatar
Ya esta demostrado de que se trata de un sauropodo.
ghashogh's avatar
GRAETOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.thanks and please if you know any other thing about it please tell me.thank i am waitting.thank you.
Kawekaweau's avatar
Of course, if a friend, but at the moment is the only information I have available, much has been said about it and now on Wikipedia mentions that this specimen might actually belong to a sauropod.
ghashogh's avatar
Grest work and congratulation to you for this great work
Kawekaweau's avatar
Franchescco's avatar
The vertebrae column that was found did belong to a estimated 22 meter individual, however it is now considered to come from a sauropod.
Sirivof's avatar
The kelmayisaurus is a sauropod.
QueenSerenity2012's avatar
It turns out that Kelmayisaurus was actually a sauropod, Spinosaurus is the biggest theropod we know of.
mexicanzilla's avatar
hijo de su puta mad...
esa sujeto daria miedo, meyo de verdad.
pero creo que sera un titanosaurido
spinobuddy98's avatar
no creo ke esa cosa sea un teropodo , tal vez lo confundieron con un sauropodo
Kawekaweau's avatar
Es posible debido a la escases de sus restos, pero hasta que no se encuentres más pistas no podemos aseverar nada. :S
Skull-Island-Master's avatar
That thing is so huge, do you believeit was a theropod ??
Kawekaweau's avatar
Because there is a species much smaller than of Kelmayisaurus, about the size of an Allosaurus, so it is possible to.
Skull-Island-Master's avatar
if that thing existed, who can it survive in its time ?? is there really siutable prey ?

I heard it might be an ceratosaurian theropod instead of an tetanurare according to thomas holtz.
Kawekaweau's avatar
Yeah, go had no idea that! The truth is possible due to the shortage of his remains. :S
dude, kelmayisaurus is so real....22 m may also not be the maximum size....
Kawekaweau's avatar
It may be, the truth remains are very dubious
Maleiva's avatar
Puede tener el mismo problema como ocurrio con el Bruhathkayosaurus, era considerado como un teró;podo, se le adjudicaban unos 18 a 20 m. de largo, y un peso de 11 a 15 toneladas. Ahora se le considera un sauropodo.
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Bran-Artworks's avatar
yo creo mas en lo del sauropodo
Kawekaweau's avatar
A lo mejor, quien sabe. :?
Mexivenatoris's avatar
Ese Hodari!! ¡ese si sera alguien grande!
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