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Alioramus altai



Alioramus altai - Not all tyrannosaurids had boxy heads...also, it's NOT a baby T. bataar

Temporal range: Late Cretaceous, Maastrichtian, ~70-65.5 Ma

Length: ~5-6 metres
Probable mass: ~650-700 kilograms

Etymology: Different branch from the Altai Mountains

is a genus of tyrannosaurid theropod dinosaur from the Late Cretaceous period of Asia. It is known from two species, A. remotus and A. altai. The second species, A. altai, known from a much more complete skeleton than A. remotus, was named and described by Stephen Brusatte and colleagues in 2009.

Yes, tyrannosaurs were most likely feathered, get over it, lizard-like-tyrannosaur fanatics...

Based on :icongetawaytrike:'s Alioramus

UPDATE(5/15/2016): A complete remake. Cured of shrinkwrapping and overfeathering, and the broken wrists have been healed.
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Nobody really thinks Alioramus is a juvenile Tarbosaurus, that's Maleevosaurus's job