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PNSO Wally the Albertosaurus measures: 11" L x 4.1" T.


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Albertosaurus Information:

Albertosaurus is a genus of theropod dinosaur that lived during the Late Cretaceous period, approximately 70 to 73 million years ago. This carnivorous dinosaur belongs to the family Tyrannosauridae, which includes some of the most famous and fearsome predators in the dinosaur world, such as Albertosaurus.

Albertosaurus was a large dinosaur but not as massive as its famous cousin, Albertosaurus. Adults typically reached lengths of around 30 to 33 feet (9 to 10 meters) and stood about 10 to 13 feet (3 to 4 meters) tall at the hips. They weighed around 2 to 4 tons.

Like other tyrannosaurids, Albertosaurus had a large head with sharp teeth, strong jaws, and powerful legs. Its arms were relatively small and had two-fingered hands. Its body was robust, and it walked on two strong hind limbs.

Albertosaurus fossils have been found in North America, particularly in what is now Alberta, Canada, which is how it got its name ("Alberto" referring to Alberta). It lived in a variety of environments, including forests, plains, and river valleys.

Albertosaurus was a carnivore, and its diet primarily consisted of other dinosaurs and small to medium-sized prey. It likely hunted in packs, as suggested by some fossil evidence and the presence of multiple individuals in certain fossil sites.

There is some evidence to suggest that Albertosaurus may have been social animals, hunting and living in groups or packs. This is based on the discovery of multiple individuals found together in the same fossil sites.

The first Albertosaurus fossil was discovered in 1884 in Alberta, Canada. Several species have been attributed to the Albertosaurus genus, with the most well-known being Albertosaurus sarcophagus. Other potential species include A. libratus and A. periculosus.

Albertosaurus and other dinosaurs went extinct at the end of the Cretaceous period, around 65 million years ago, likely due to a catastrophic event, such as an asteroid impact or volcanic activity.

Albertosaurus is important to paleontologists because it provides valuable insights into the biology and behavior of theropod dinosaurs, particularly tyrannosaurids. Its relatively complete fossils have helped scientists understand more about the anatomy and lifestyle of these fascinating creatures.

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Product Code: PNSO-072


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