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Q: What about the Allosaurus?
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What is the Allosaurus common name?

allosaurus


How did the allosaurus mate?

how did allosaurus mate


Why did Brontosaurus get attacked by Allosaurus?

allosaurus is hungry!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


How many horn does allosaurus have?

Allosaurus did not have horns.


What is the allosaurus' scientific name?

Allosaurus fragillis


What is allosaurus latin name?

"allosaurus" (different lizard)


How many teeth does allosaurus have?

how many teeth does allosaurus have


What is the other name of Allosaurus?

There is one accepted species in the genus Allosaurus, and its Latin name is Allosaurus fragilis. There are no other names for Allosaurus. However, there is one very famous Allosaurus skeleton that is affectionately called "Big Al."


What type of allosaurus is classified?

There were many species of allosaurs. Allosaurus Fragilis, Allosaurus Atrox, and Allosaurus Amplexus, plus others. Some were nearly as large as T Rex.


Why is allosaurus called allosaurus?

The name Allosaurus means "strange lizard" because of the unusual crests above its eyes.


What is the allosaurus nickname?

Allosaurus doesn't actually have a nickname. However, there is a particular Allosaurus skeleton that is nicknamed "Big Al."


Does anything eat the allosaurus?

No, allosaurus was the top predatore of its age.


What does the name of allosaurus mean?

Allosaurus means "Different Lizard".


How did Allosaurus attack Apatosaurus when Allosaurus is smaller than Apatosaurus?

Allosaurus can take down a apatosaurus because it hunted in packs.


What is the Allosaurus scientific name?

There is one accepted species in the Allosaurus genus. Its full Latin (or scientific) name is Allosaurus fragilis.


What animal today came from the allosaurus?

No descendants of Allosaurus exist today. However, birds evolved from other carnivorous dinosaurs, which were relatives of Allosaurus. Thus, the closest living relatives of Allosaurus are birds. All birds are equally related to Allosaurus.


What is an allosaurus?

An allosaurus is an extinct, large, carnivorous dinosaur of the Jurassic period.


How large is an allosaurus?

An allosaurus can grow up to 10 metres tall.


Was an Allosaurus a theropod?

Yes, the Allosaurus was a large theropod, a carnivorous dinosaur.


How many finger does allosaurus have?

Allosaurus have three fingers on each hand.


How many feet did the allosaurus walk on?

Allosaurus walked on two feet.


Who where the allosaurus' enemies?

Allosaurus was the largest predator in its habitat, so the only formidable enemy of an adult Allosaurus would be another adult Allosaurus. For young Allosaurus, however, threats included Torvosaurus and Ceratosaurus, and even larger Allosaurus.


When did allosaurus die?

Most Allosaurus would have been killed by predators, other Allosaurus, or in struggles with prey or disease very young. The maximum lifespan of Allosaurus was about 28 years. If you are asking when Allosaurus went extinct, they died out about 150 million years ago.


Are there any current living animals that are related to the allosaurus?

The closest living relatives of the Allosaurus are the birds. All birds are equally related to Allosaurus.


How heavy was a Allosaurus?

Weight estimates for Allosaurus, as with any dinosaur, are difficult. Weight estimates for Allosaurus range from 2,200 lb to 8,800 lb.