Which was the largest meat-eating dinosaur?

Answer :
Theropods were not as large as their plant-eating cousins. However, some, like tyrannosaurus rex and giganotosaurus, grew to a length of about 12.5 metres (41 feet). Scientists have recently discovered the remains of what is now considered to be the largest meat-eating dinosaur to have ever lived – mapusaurus. This dinosaur is believed to have been over 13 metres (42 feet) long.

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  1. June 21, 2012

    […] rushes, cycads, ginkos, and—in the latter part of the dinosaur age—flowering (fruiting) plants. Some dinosaurs were meat eaters, with most hunting other animals for food and some being scavengers who ate the flesh of dead […]

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