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Characteristics of Aachenosaurus and Appalachiosaurus

1 Characteristics
1.1 Size
1.1.1 Height
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1.1.2 Weight
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1000 kg
1.1.3 Length
4-5 m
23 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!
Complete sets of carnivorous dinosaur fossils from Appalachia (eastern North America) are almost as rare as chicken teeth, so when theropod fossils just kept on coming from a quarry in Alabama during the 1980s it caused quite a stir. Unfortunately, the final bone count wasnt as high as hoped and dried up at around 45%, but its still far and away the best-represented Appalachian theropod. Unfused skull bones showed that it was merely a juvenile, but palaeontologists reckoned that it may have measured a very respectable seven meters long in its entirety, and tipped the scales at 600 kg.
1.2.2 Number
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Rank: N/A (Overall)
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Height of Aachenosaurus and Appalachiosaurus

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 Appalachiosaurus includes their height, length, weight, number of teeth, etc. Height of Aachenosaurus and Appalachiosaurus is Not Available and Not Available respectively. Aachenosaurus is one of the All Dinosaurs whereas Appalachiosaurus is a North American Dinosaurs.The weight of Aachenosaurus is Not Available, while weight of Appalachiosaurus is Not Available. The length of Aachenosaurus and Appalachiosaurus is 4-5 m and 23 m respectively.

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