Remarkable meat-eating dinosaur species found in US
The paleontologists have found out a new species of a meat-eating dinosaur near Utah. It has inhabited the flood Plains in the Western region of North America when it was the late Jurassic period and the time period could be between 152 million years ago. They thought there were only one species of Allosaurus in North America. “This study shows there were two species — the newly described Allosaurus jimmadseni evolved at least five million years earlier than its younger cousin, Allosaurus fragilis,” said co-lead author Mark Loewen, a research associate at the Natural History Museum of Utah.