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While smaller dorsal sails or fins make the dorsal water volume better accessible for slashing, it can be speculated that their smaller stabilization effect makes lateral slashing less efficient e.



Specimens Six main partial specimens of Spinosaurus have been described.



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If supported by future studies, this would imply Spinosaurus aegyptiacus had a wider distribution and supports the faunal exchange between South America and Africa during this time.

Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 157 3-4 : 227 - 246.







New information regarding the holotype of Spinosaurus aegyptiacus Stromer, 1915.

Luis Rey "crocodile mimic" and Irritator so named because the paleontologist examining its type fossil was frustrated that it had been tampered with both resembled a vastly scaled-down Spinosaurus.







A fauna dinossauriana da Laje do Coringa, Cretáceo médio do Nordeste do Brasil.



Stromer in the deserts of Egypt.


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Thus, it is entirely possible that this entire article is actually about Sigilmassasaurus.
Coupled with the also elongated bones on the underside of the caudals, this resulted in a deep and narrow tail with a paddle or fin-like shape, comparable to the spinosaurus of and.
Thus, it is entirely possible that this entire article is actually about Sigilmassasaurus.

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    Spinosaurus, which was longer and heavier than Tyrannosaurus, is the largest known carnivorous dinosaur. It possessed a skull 1.75 metres (roughly 6 feet) long, a body length of 14–18 metres (46–59 feet), and an estimated mass of 12,000–20,000 kg (13–22 tons). Like other spinosaurids, Spinosaurus possessed a long narrow skull resembling.
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    Spinosaurus Is the World's First Identified Swimming Dinosaur. University of Chicago. In late 2014, researchers made a stunning announcement: Spinosaurus pursued a semiaquatic lifestyle, and may have spent more time submerged in the rivers of its northern African habitat than it did stomping around on dry land.
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    About Spinosaurus. Spinosaurus is a carnivorous dinosaur that lived in what is now Northern Africa during the Cretaceous period—about 110 million years ago. Most scientist agree that this dinosaur probably hunted both on land and in water and probably lived on a diet of both fish and small mammals.
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    Spinosaurus was a giant meat-eating dinosaur that grew to lengths of 18 m (60 ft.). Spinosaurus probably walked on two legs, but scientists think that it may have been able to walk on all four legs too. Spinosaurus had a huge sail on its back. This was supported by elongated vertebrae (bones that make up the spinal column).
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    Spinosaurus was a giant meat-eating dinosaur that grew to lengths of 18 m (60 ft.). Spinosaurus probably walked on two legs, but scientists think that it may have been able to walk on all four legs too. Spinosaurus had a huge sail on its back. This was supported by elongated vertebrae (bones that make up the spinal column).
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