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Carnotaurus


Carnotaurus
(‘Meat-eating bull’) Carnivore, Late Cretaceous, 70 MYA, Found in: Argentina Lived in: Lake environments, Carnotaurus could run very fast, faster than the T-rex, but it could not turn very well, so it tended to charge prey in straight lines. Fact Skull The skull of a Carnotaurus Poor vision Carnotaurus had small eyes, so its vision was not very good. Combined with not being able to turn easily, it probably just smashed through obstacles

Strong thighs Carnotaurus had powerful thigh muscles that were so big they weighed twice as much as a human being. The Carnotaurus as a whole weighed the same as a small car Searching smell It used its sense of smell to hunt Scaly hide Carnotaurus’ scales were small and pebble-like Dino skill With the horns on its forehead and muscular neck, Carnotaurus could head-butt its prey into submission. Killer rating: 5/5 Speed: 4/5 Defence: 4/5.


Carnotaurus