Paleontologists have announced the discovery of a new dinosaur in Utah, named the tyrannosaur Jimmadseni, a new species of carnivores estimated to be about 26 to 29 feet long. The tyrannodoni, which weighs about 4,000 pounds and roamed North America about 157 million to 152 million years ago, is the oldest species of the alien.
The second half of the name is in honor of Utah palaeontologist James H. Madsen Jr., who made a “hard work” to protect the excavation of thousands of tyrannodonic bones.
Scientists previously thought there was only one species of alien dragon in the Jurassic, but the study found two. The new tyrannosaur Jimmadseni has evolved for at least 5 million years longer than its cousins, and the new dinosaur’s skull is lighter than the fragile xenon, suggesting that it has different feeding behaviors.
The dinosaur had two legs, about 80 sharp teeth and horns in its eyes, and the claws were so sharp that when paleontologists discovered the dinosaur skeleton, they first found only a part of its body, had to extract it from the rock with explosives, and then used helicopters to transport large blocks of rock containing the inner skeleton. They later found the head not far from their bodies and successfully dug it out.