Paleontologists in Argentina Discover Rare, Tiny Dinosaur Known as Alnashetri Cerropoliciensis

Paleontologists in Argentina have unveiled a model replica of a recently discovered dinosaur known as alnashetri cerropoliciensis, belonging to the theropod genus of dinosaur. While the most famous theropod is undoubtedly the tyrannosaurus rex, the massive meat-eating dinosaur that roamed the earth about 65 million years ago, the alnashetri is about the size of a hen and is thought to be much older than its giant cousin. The fossils of the tiny dinosaur were discovered in La Buitrera in Arge

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