Large Theropods

Some articles on large theropods, theropods:

Tyrannosaurus - Biology - Locomotion
... have to rely on various estimating techniques because, while there are many tracks of very large theropods walking, so far none have been found of very large theropods running ... tibia (shin bone) length was greater than 1, as in most large theropods and like a modern elephant ... shin plus foot plus toes) relative to the femur length than most other theropods), and that tyrannosaurids and their close relatives had a tightly ...
Tyrannosauridae - Physiology - Locomotion
... have to rely on various estimating techniques because, while there are many tracks of very large theropods walking, so far none have been found of very large theropods ... However, Holtz (1998) concluded that tyrannosaurids and their close relatives were the fastest large theropods ...
Allosaurus - Classification
... Allosaurus was an allosaurid, a member of a family of large theropods within the larger group Carnosauria ... was largely unused until the 1970s in favor of Megalosauridae, another family of large theropods that eventually became a wastebasket taxon ... Semi-technical works used Allosauridae for a variety of large theropods, usually those that were larger and better-known than megalosaurids ...

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