(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", in reference to the area where it was found) is the name given to a genus of dinosaur from the Middle Jurassic. It was a theropod like Megalosaurus. Its fossils, fragmentary remains of the skull, cervical vertebrae and elements of the pectoral girdle and both limbs, were found in China. Holtz al (2004)..
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