Indosaurus

(pronounced in-doh-SAWR-us) Indosaurus meaning Indian lizard)was a theropod dinosaur from the late Cretaceous period , roughly 70 to 65 million years ago. This bipedal meat-eater had a thick braincase and a wide skull; it may have had two horns on its head. It is known from a partial skull found in Jabalpur, India, by Charles Matley. Indosuchus was...
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Indosaurus

Indosaurus “Indian lizard” from Late Cretaceous central (Jabalpur) India. Named by paleontologists Friedrick von Huene and Charles Matley in 1933.
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Indosaurus

Indosaurus (meaning `Indian lizard`) is a genus of theropod dinosaur once living in what is now India. It lived approximately 69 million years ago, in the Maastrichtian division of the Late Cretaceous. It weighed roughly 700 kg (1540 lb). The fossil evidence from Jabalpur, India, includes the now-lost holotype GSI K27/565, a partial skull of unu.....
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