Dinosaurs: Alxasaurus, the Mongolian desert dinosaur

Dinosaurs: Alxasaurus, the Mongolian desert dinosaur

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Alxasaurus Profile

Translation: Alxa Lizard (Alxa is a Mongolian desert)
Description: probably herbivore and bipedal
Order: Saurischia
Suborder: Theropoda
Infraorder: Therizinosauroidea
Family: Alxasaururidae
Height: 1.75 meters
Length: 4 meters
Period: Cretaceous early-late

East unusual dinosaur is one of the oldest known Segnosaurus. It is characterized by its large legs and claws.

Very similar to Erlikosaurus in structure; One of the most notable anatomical differences with him is his greater number of teeth, when the Erilkosaurus itself had 31.

While it had a toothless snout, these small leaf-shaped teeth were located at the back of the mouth and are generally interpreted as those of a herbivore, although there is no official confirmation yet.

Image: Conty on Wikimedia

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