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Cristatusaurus lapparenti

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Cristatusaurus lapparentis is a genus of spinosauird dinosaur from the cretaceous. It was probaly 9 metres long and only fragments were found of its skeleton.
Here it hunts fishes on a waterfall
Image size
3648x2736px 3.71 MB
IMAGE DETAILS
Make
PENTACON
Model
PENTACON DCZ 10.4
Shutter Speed
1/3 second
Aperture
F/2.8
Focal Length
6 mm
ISO Speed
200
Date Taken
Oct 13, 2009, 3:24:24 PM
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HIPPOPOTOMONSTROSES1's avatar
HIPPOPOTOMONSTROSES1Hobbyist General Artist
nice! do you know if it's bigger or smaller than baryonyx, irritator or suchomimus
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HIPPOPOTOMONSTROSES1Hobbyist General Artist
nice! its good do you know the size of it (the animal) is it as big or bigger than baryonyx, irritator or suchumimus?
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vasixHobbyist Digital Artist
And if Cristatusaurus and Suchomimus (Baryonyx) are synonymous?
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bayazoffProfessional General Artist
Awesome!
Dino1515's avatar
wow that is very nice in fact its superb good/great! drawing
Carcharodontotitan's avatar
Very Nice Spinosaurid!!! What's with all of the feathers though?
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JurassicPark12345Hobbyist General Artist
The Feathers are a very nice touch. I think this is one of your best
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IrohSpinyfanStudent General Artist
what makes it different from let's say, baryonyx or irritator?
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it lived in Afric and I think there are minore differences between those genera. Its questionable if it is an own genus but I think some say its dubious and other say its a valid genus. Suchomimus was bigger than it although we cant say if the holotype of cristatusaurus is an adult animal.
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IrohSpinyfanStudent General Artist
still looks like a baryonyx
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yeah, they are closely related...
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IrohSpinyfanStudent General Artist
i'm still not sure, kind of thinking of Horner's theory in 2009 that some dinosaur species are juveniles.
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