New dinosaur species found in Argentina

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An almost complete skull of ‘Meraxes gigas’, a dinosaur unknown to science before, was found in Patagonia, Argentina. The dinosaur lived 90 million years ago, was about 12 meters tall, and weighed approximately 4 tonnes. It resembled the famous dinosaur T-Rex.

 

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