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Juratyrant

JUHR-ah-TIE-rant “tyrant of the Jurassic”

Juratyrant, an early relative of Tyrannosaurus rex, was small and quick. It was covered in fine feathers and had clawed hands. Its long legs were good for running fast. The feathers on its arms and tail were possibly used for signaling to other dinosaurs.

Where:

England

How Long:

12 feet

What It Ate:

Smaller dinosaurs

When:

150 million years ago

By: Dougal Dixon

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