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Giganotosaurus is a genus of carnivorous theropod dinosaur that lived during the Cretaceous period, approximately 99 to 97 million years ago. It is believed that this dinosaur lived in what is now South America, specifically in what is now Argentina.

The Giganotosaurus is widely recognized as one of the largest meat-eating dinosaurs that ever lived. It is estimated that it was around 12 to 13 meters in length and weighed between 6 and 8 tons. His height at the hip was approximately 4 meters.

This dinosaur was characterized by having an intimidating appearance and a robust constitution. It had a large, long, narrow head, with sharp, backward-curving teeth. Their jaws were strong and could exert great biting force. In addition, it had well-developed eyes and nostrils, suggesting that it had good vision and a keen sense of smell for hunting.

The Giganotosaurus skeleton indicated that it had a long, muscular neck, as well as short but stout forelimbs with sharp claws. Its hind legs were long and powerful, adapted for rapid locomotion and for chasing down prey.

Giganotosaurus is believed to have been an active predator, feeding primarily on other herbivorous dinosaurs, such as Argentinosaurus and Amargasaurus, which shared its habitat. It probably hunted in groups or alone, ambushing its prey and using its speed and strength to bring it down.

The existence of the Giganotosaurus is known mainly through fragmentary fossils, but enough remains have been found to reconstruct its general appearance and gain information about its size and behavior.

This dinosaur has aroused great interest and curiosity in the scientific community and the general public due to its impressive size and status as one of the largest land predators of all time.

Approximate measurements of the Carcharodontosaurus:

  • 1:72 scale - 170 mm long
  • 1:35 scale - 345 mm long