Chilesaurus diegosuarezi is a herbivorous theropod dinosaur belonging to the Tetanurae group that lived in the area of present-day Chile during the Late Jurassic.
Chilesaurus, found in 2004 and named in 2015, shows a confusing mix of features. This may have been caused by the fact that, as a normally carnivorous theropod, it has adapted to eating plants. Alternatively, it has been suggested that this is a very early split-off lineage from Ornithischia, which still shows theropod features due to a supposed close relationship of that group to the Theropoda.
|Size||15.0 cm x 6.0 cm x 7.5 cm|
|Age Recommendation||5-12 years|
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