Embasaurus

(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

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

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 a nomen dubium, taxonomic placeholder lacking sufficient evidence to establish the existence of a bona fide genus. It is named
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