Dilophosaurus
"Dilophosaurus"
2002
Illustration board
6"x9"

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Essay

Dilophosaurus was one of the first large predatory dinosaurs on earth. Although this creature was almost twenty feet long it was slender in build and weighed less than half of a ton. A crest over each eye projected at an angle from the animal's forehead. These delicate crests were too fragile to withstand much abuse and were probably used for display.

Vital Statistics

Genus Name: Dilophosaurus ("double-crested lizard")
Type Species: * D. wetherilli (Welles, 1954)
Length: 20 feet (6 meters)
Weight: 700-1,000 pounds
Time: 200-190 million years ago (Early Jurassic)
Place: Arizona, China
Diet: meat-eater (carnivore)


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