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Leeds Jurassic Trail

Dilophosaurus

Quarry Hill (SOYO Leeds)

A major predator, Dilophosaurus was a meat-eating carnivore, about half the size of the full-grown Tyrannosaurus. It moved pretty quickly on its two back legs and had strong jaws with powerful muscles to grip and hold its prey – very much like a crocodile.

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Pronunciation

die-LOAF-oh-sore-us

TYPE OF DINOSAUR

Large theropod

DIET

Carnivorous

Teeth

Lots of sharp and curved teeth

FOOD

Other animals

How It Moved

On two legs

When it lived

190 million years ago

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