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Translation: Baharia Reptile (oasis)
Description: Carnivore, bipedal
Height: 3.5 - 4 meters
Length: 12 meters
Weight: 1,000 - 3,000 kg
The name the Bahariasaurus it was given according to fragmentary remains found in Egypt and was probably similar to the Megalosaurus.
It was described by Ernst Stromer in 1934, although the type specimen was destroyed during the WWII and, until new specimens are found, little else can be known about this dinosaur.
The suborder of the Bahariasaurus
The exact location of the Bahariasaurus on the dinosaur branch is uncertain, although it has been assigned to several groups of theropods, including Carcharodontosauridae (by Rauhut in 1995) and Tyrannosauroidea (by Chure in 2000).
It is potentially the synonymous with Deltadromeus , another theropod from the late Cretaceous of North Africa, which would possibly make it the largest ceratosaur of the time.
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