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Labocania anomala

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By Teratophoneus   |   
Published: June 25, 2012
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LAbocania, a bigger supposed tyrannosauroid from Mexico. Labocania was a verocious carnivore and he is known from skull elements and a partial postcranial skeleton only. It has a also been suggested that it might be an abelisaurid although more recnet studies indicate that it is more likely a tyrannosaur.
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thediremoose's avatar
As I recall, the material suggests a rather robust creature. I suspect it's related to Bistahieversor and Lythronax personally.
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We have a tyrannosaurid? Didn't know lol. Excellent drawing!
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Nice illustration, looks quite a weird beast here. I've heard of Labocania but had no idea what it looked like or even what it was aside from another dinosaur. I like the proto-feathers though not sure about those on the legs as in that state I can't think what purpose they would serve.
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dinosaurusbrazilHobbyist Traditional Artist
The second case that I know from an Tyrannosaurid have been confused with and Abelisaurid...
Teratophoneus's avatar
yep, the other one is nototrannus ;)
Teratophoneus's avatar
oh, I meant nototyrannus
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dinosaurusbrazilHobbyist Traditional Artist
Okay, I understood anyway...
Adalas's avatar
This thing is small compared to many others.. but still. This whould wreck any living thing on earth by itself if we made one today and send it into the wild.
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KristenMashHobbyist Traditional Artist
Very nice
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KristenMashHobbyist Traditional Artist
Welcome
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PeteriDishHobbyist General Artist
so is this a tyrannosaurid or a tyrannosaurid?
either way, it's awesome! =)
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It's more likely a tyrannosaurid, as it lived too late to be a tyrannosauroid.
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PeteriDishHobbyist General Artist
oh ok. =)
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