Dinosaurs: Aublysodon, the dinosaur with the "back tooth"

Dinosaurs: Aublysodon, the dinosaur with the

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Aublysodon Profile

Translation: "Tooth back"
Description: Carnivore, bipedal
Order: Saurischia
Suborder: Theropoda
Infraorder: Tetanurae
Microorder: Carnosauria
Family: Tyrannosauridae (not confirmed)
Subfamily: Aublysodontinae
Length: 4.5 meters
Period: Upper Cretaceous

Named in the 19th century from fragmentary remains, the Aublysodon he has many unidentified fossils assigned to him, which have only been found in Montana. It lived in the late Cretaceous period, approximately 75 million years ago.

It was named for the paleontologist Joseph Leidy in 1868, although this genus is currently considered doubtful as it has only one tooth as a type specimen. It is even believed that most likely, it was a tyrannosaurus young.

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