Orthogoniosaurus

Orthogoniosaurus A “straight-angled lizard” found in Late Cretaceous rocks in India. It was named for a tooth with a straight, serrated distal margin and a curved unserrated mesial margin. Named by Indian paleontologist H. C. Das-Gupta in 1931.
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Orthogoniosaurus

Orthogoniosaurus (meaning `straight angled lizard`, referring to the straight posterior edge of its type tooth) was a genus of theropod dinosaur from the late Maastrichtian-age Upper Cretaceous Lameta Formation of Jabalpur, India. It is based on one small, fragmentary tooth (preserved section 27 mm [1.1 in] long). Because it is the earliest publ.....
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