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Utahraptor is a dinosaur, the largest of the Dromaeosauridae family. It stands just over 2 metres and 7 m in length What is Utahraptor
Utahraptor’s arms and tail were probably covered in feathers. It had a large toe like a scythe witch made it such a formidable predator, sharp teeth is a easy sign of a killer. Description
Attack: Utahraptor hunted in packs and could easily take down an iguanodon they used there scythe claw toe to rip open flesh. Defence: Utahraptor was designed for killing however if challenged by their main prey and iguanodon it could use its incredible speed to make a get away but depending on the size of the animal and the size of the pack of its fellows it could turn the iguanodon into dinner. Attack and defence
Utahraptor was alive in the early Cretaceous period ( 126 million years ago) When was Utahraptor alive?
Ogden's George S. Eccles Dinosaur Park BYU Museum of Palaeontology The Natural History Museum of Utah at the Rio Tinto Centre The North American Museum of Ancient Life Dinosaur National Monument Utah Field House of Natural History State Park Museum Dinosaur Diamond Prehistoric Byway Where is a fossil display of a utahraptor ?