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Characteristics of Aachenosaurus and Acrocanthosaurus

1 Characteristics
1.1 Size
1.1.1 Height
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1.98 m
1.1.2 Weight
Not Available
7250 kg
1.1.3 Length
4-5 m
11.5 m
1.2 Teeth
1.2.1 Shape
is derived from the Latin multus (many) and dens (teeth), though were not sure how many teeth a tree has!
as it became known after an actual scientific description three years later, means high-spined lizard from Atoka County. However, it isnt unique to Atoka County. Its bones have been found in Oklahoma and Arizona, and what may or may not be its teeth have been collected in Maryland and other far-flung places right across North America. But the largest and best-represented specimen, which just happens to be attached to the most interesting story, was discovered in McCurtain County in 1983.
1.2.2 Number
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Rank: N/A (Overall)
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Rank: N/A (Overall)
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Height of Aachenosaurus and Acrocanthosaurus

Some dinosaurs were huge, some were small creatures. They had different body shapes and sizes. Some where warm blooded or cold blooded. Characteristics of Aachenosaurus and Acrocanthosaurus includes their height, length, weight, number of teeth, etc. Height of Aachenosaurus and Acrocanthosaurus is Not Available and 1.98 m respectively. Aachenosaurus is one of the All Dinosaurs whereas Acrocanthosaurus is a North American Dinosaurs.The weight of Aachenosaurus is Not Available, while weight of Acrocanthosaurus is Not Available. The length of Aachenosaurus and Acrocanthosaurus is 4-5 m and 11.5 m respectively.

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