Aublysodon

(pronounced ah-BLEECE-oh-don) Aublysodon (meaning 'backwards tooth') is a poorly-known theropod dinosaur (perhaps a tyrannosaurid) about 15 feet (4.5 m) long, weighing about 80 kg. It was a meat-eater from the western USA during the late Cretaceous period, about 76 million-65 million years ago. Its front teeth were long and sharp but not serrated. ...
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Aublysodon

Aublysodon (uncertain derivation; perhaps `backwards-flowing tooth`?) is a genus of carnivorous dinosaurs known only from the Judith River Formation in Montana, which has been dated to the late Campanian age of the late Cretaceous period (about 75 million years ago). The only currently recognized species, Aublysodon mirandus, was named by paleon.....
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