The second word in the name “aliocranianus” translates to “unusual skull” in Latin, although if you look at its skull, you will find that it is similar to the skull found in T-Rex and even Indominus Rex. Jurassic World.
This is because, like Tyrannosaurus, Llukalkan aliocranianus was a big-headed dinosaur with forearms and thighs. However, a deeper and more scientific study of the skull revealed that it actually seemed to indicate that Llukalkan aliocranianus had better hearing than most other such dinosaurs.
A paleontologist at the National University of San Luis, Argentina said: “The uniqueness of this dinosaur is that it does not have holes in the ears of other Otomorpha animals, which may give the species different hearing capabilities and may increase hearing range. “Federico Gianechini (Federico Gianechini) said in his research paper on this discovery. “With its keen sense of smell, it will have a powerful ability as a predator of this species.”
Many fossil fragments of this dinosaur, including teeth, part of the jaw, bones around the eye sockets, etc., were found in the Bayo de la Calpa formation in Argentina. As HuffPost pointed out, this new dinosaur species is estimated to have gone about 80 million years ago.According to HuffPost, a press release from Gianechini and his research collaborator, Ariel Méndez, shows that shellfish lobsters are still alive and just before all the dinosaurs are extinct . The statement said that because Tyrannosaurus rex was busy ruling the northern hemisphere, Llukalkan aliocranianus, “one of the ten known molluscs”, was busy “prospering in the southern hemisphere.”
The press release stated that Llukalkan aliocranianus was “probably Patagonia’s top predator” and “due to its huge size (up to five meters), it bites people strongly, has very sharp teeth, and has very sharp feet. The big paws on the top, and the keen sense of touch. Smell.”
For more information about dinosaurs, check out the story about the batwing dinosaur, which took 150 million years to develop into an expert aircraft, and then read the story about locking T-Rex and Triceratops in the same fossil. Look at the stories of scientists who said they “have no intention of raising dinosaurs” after extracting DNA from insects preserved in resin.
Wesley LeBlanc (Wesley LeBlanc) is a news writer, guide writer and master of science at IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @LeBlancWes.