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Tarbosaurus bataar

Tarbosaurus is one of the best known and one of the biggest tyrannosaurids. Only T rexis bigger and despite t-rex only Zhuchengtyrannus was as big as Tarbosaurus.Tarbosaurus was ca 12 metreslong and is known from several skeleton . It lived inasia in the late cretaceous.
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godzillafansw's avatar

Well, its more accurate then your new one, the Tarbosaurus didn't have feathers. But this one is shrink-wrapped.

Teratophoneus's avatar

uhm my latest one doesnt have feathers...

godzillafansw's avatar

oh, sorry, I was looking at the wrong one. Your newest one is accurate

WhosThatDoctor's avatar
Is this dinosaur related to the master bataar?
MetallicaFan715Fnaf's avatar
12 Meters? T-Rex is 13 meters. Damn! it's nearly as big as a T-Rex!!! O.O
kirkseven's avatar
t.rex is closer to being 12 meters actually
kirkseven's avatar
its fine
I noticed that one of the image's in the gallery shows the trex being 13 meters
witch is a bit too long :/ 
Eusou123's avatar
i think its tyrannosaurus bataar
daisaspy's avatar
There's enough morphological differences in the skull to determine it it's own genus.
It's debatable, Tarbosaurus has a more narrow skull and more teeth.

ah-puch-zegno's avatar
cool. tambien escuche qe vivio por África en ese periodo compitiendo con el spinosaurus
spinobuddy98's avatar
spinosaurus vivio antes que tarbo y , competia con el carcharodontosaurus
ah-puch-zegno's avatar
jajajaj ok.. lo confundí con el carcharodontosaurus, no es gran cosa
JWArtwork's avatar
Looks good :), but don't you think (after the discovery of Yutyrannus) it would have had more feathers:?
Teratophoneus's avatar
nope,actually we have skin impressions from albertosaurus that show that the big tyrannosaurids were scaled. This doesnt mean that they had no feathers but that they were scaled mostly. Yutyrannus is a basal trannosauroid , it is closely related to the earlier coelurids, whichare tyrannosauroids too . These jurassic small carnivores had probably feathers and during the evolution of tyrannosaurids,the feathers probably got lost in the big tyrannosaurids.
AcrocanthosaurusA's avatar
Well, since albertosaurus lived in canada some of them may have had feathers,as for tarbosaurus it may have had display feathers,or since the desert is quite cold at night some feathers for insulation. 
daisaspy's avatar
There's enough evidence to suggest these scales are in fact modified feathers.
Teratophoneus's avatar
as long as they look like scales i´m fine with that :)
WDGHK's avatar
Well most paleontologists now believe that even the biggest tyrannosaurs retained a certain amount of feathers into adulthood, so too bad for biased nostalgiatards like you. 
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