Largest Carnivore:

Giganotosaurus carolinii

Meaning of Name: “giant southern lizard”
Period:Cretaceous Period (138 million to 65 million years ago)
Size: 13.5 - 14.3 meters long; head 165 cm
Weight: 7- 8 metric tons
Location: Argentina

Discovered in 1993 by Rubin Carolini, Giganotosaurus surpassed the long-time record holder Tyrannosaurus (10 - 14 meters; 6 - 7 metric tons). T. rex has in fact been bumped into third place-new excavations of Carcharodontosaurus have indicated that it holds second place among the largest, meat-eating dinosaurs.

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