(pronounced kie-JANG-oh-SAWR-us) Kaijiangosaurus meaning Kai River lizard) was a meat-eating, biped, a theropod dinosaur from the mid Jurassic period about 175-163 million years ago. This Tetanuran is only known from fossil vertebrae found in China. Kaijiangosaurus was named by paleontologist He in 1984. The type species is K. lini.
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Kaijiangosaurus The Kai River lizard from Middle Jurassic China. Named by Chinese paleontologist He Xinlu in 1984.
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Kaijiangosaurus (meaning `Kiijiang lizard`) is a genus of carnivorous tetanuran theropod dinosaur from the Middle Jurassic of China. In 1984 He Xinlu named and described the type species Kaijiangosaurus lini. The generic name refers to the River (jiang) Kai. The specific name honours the paleontologist Lin Wenqiu. The holotype, CCG 20020, was in..
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