Scientistss have discovered the fossils of another megaraptor in Patagonia, in the south of Argentina.
Megaraptors were huge meat eating dinosaurs with long arms and hooks matching 35cm (14in) long.
They additionally had amazing legs and long tails which made them more deft than the Tyrannosaurus rex and permitted them to get littler herbivorous dinosaurs.
The new megaraptor is one of the remainder of its gathering, before dinosaurs got wiped out, the logical group says.
What did the researchers find?
The group drove by Fernando Novas from the Natural Sciences Museum in Buenos Aires found numerous fossils during its month-long field work in Estancia La Anita, in southern Santa Cruz area.
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The most bizarre ones were the remaining parts of a huge savage dinosaur having a place with the Megaraptoridae family.
The researchers revealed vertebrae, ribs and some portion of what might have been the dinosaur’s chest and shoulder support.
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An enormous number of fossils have been found in Patagonia, in Argentina’s south
The fossils they discovered had a place with an example estimating around 10m (33ft) long, one of the biggest of the Megaraptoridae found up until now.
In an announcement [in Spanish], the group said that the remaining parts go back 70 million years – towards the finish of “the age of the dinosaurs”.