Information about the Saurophaganax:
The Saurophaganax - whose name means "lizard-eating master" is a genus of allosaurid dinosaur that lived in the from the Late Jurassic period, about 151 million years ago. Saurophaganax was discovered in 1931/32 by John Willis Stoval at a dig site near Kenton, Oklahoma. There is some discussion over exactly what genus this dinosaur is, and some paleontologists consider it to be a species of Allosaurus, but there is some disagreement on this point. This large and dangerous dinosaur was thought to have a maximum size of 34-43 feet long (10.5-13 meters) and weighing in the areas of around 3 tones (3.0 long tons; 3.3 short tons). It was a very large predator and likely the top of the food chain during it's existence. The Saurophaganax was named the official fossil of the state of Oklahoma.
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