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Utahraptor (U. spelbiergi, 'Utah hunter') is a genus of theropod dinosaur that lived during the Barremian of the Lower Cretaceous period, approximately 125 million years ago. The genus was discovered in 1991 in the state of Utah, United States.

Utahraptor was between 5 and 6 meters long, and weighed around 500 kilograms. He had a height of approximately 1.8 meters at the hip, making him taller than an average man. Its body was lean and streamlined, with long, strong legs. The fingers of its upper and lower extremities were equipped with huge, curved claws, especially on the second finger, which was around 25 centimeters in length.

Utahraptor's head was large in comparison to its body, with a jaw lined with sharp, serrated teeth used to tear the flesh of its prey. Its visual and olfactory senses are believed to have been very acute, allowing it to detect its prey from long distances.

Utahraptor preyed primarily on herbivorous dinosaurs such as iguanodons and is often believed to have hunted in packs, increasing its chances of hunting success. Utahraptor is believed to have been a very agile and fast predator, capable of running at speeds of up to 40 miles per hour. Although Utahraptor was a fearsome predator, it also had to contend with other predators such as Deinonychus and Allosaurus, so its survival was not always guaranteed. The species is believed to have gone extinct around 120 million years ago.

The Model Pose represents a specimen of Utahraptor running.

Approximate measurements of the Utahraptor:

Scale 1:35 - 141 x 51 x 67 mm H
Scale 1:20 - 250 mm large (Assembly kit)