(pronounced EM-bah-SAWR-us) Embasaurus meaning Emba lizard, named for the Emba River in Kazakhstan) was a meat-eating dinosaur from the late Cretaceous period. It i s known from 2 partial vertebrae found in Kazakhstan. Embasaurus was named by Riabinin in 1931. The type species is E. minax. This is a dubious genus because of the sparse fossils.
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Embasaurus Emba lizard from Late Cretaceous period and found near the Emba River in Kazakhstan. Named by Anatoly Nicolaevich Riabinin in 1931.
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Embasaurus (Emba lizard) is a genus of theropod dinosaur from the Early Cretaceous period. Fossils have been found in Kazakhstan in central Asia. As it is known only from two fragmentary vertebrae, Embasaurus is considered by some to be a possible nomen dubium. It was named after the Emba River, and it is believed to have lived during the Berriasi
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