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Sinopliosaurus fusuiensis

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"Sinopliosaurus",a spinosaurid from the early cretaceous of china. The animal was first assigned to the pliosaur genus sinopliosaurus, but the dinosur teeth dont have a scientific name ye tht derives it from the pliosaur genus.
Thats why the name should be wrote in quotation marks.
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grisador's avatar
Amazing work yet again
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The-Real-KentobuHobbyist Photographer
Great job! I especially love the spikes going down to the tail.

I wonder why they haven't bothered to give "Sinopliosaurus" a new name yet. It seems that would create much less confusion than keeping the name and always having to have quotations or an asterisk.
Eusou123's avatar
I agree with you but I like the name "Sinopliosaurus"
Teratophoneus's avatar
yep, I also dont know why they havent gave it a scientific name yet :(
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GenkoFoxStudent General Artist
Beautiful job!
Dang this is so amazing!
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HyrotrioskjanProfessional General Artist
Nice :thumbsup: =D
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vielen dank :D
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TheOneTrueSirCharlesHobbyist General Artist
Excellent!
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have there been any other bones found that aren't teeth? any claws or distinct vertebra which might prove it's place in spinosauridae?
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XxSilentHaloxXHobbyist General Artist
I had no idea this Dinosaur existed.....thanks for informing me. Also, I do think it is a Spinosauride
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