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The most striking feature of the eighteen metre tall carnivorous dinosaur was a large sail, made of skin, on its back.
This dinosaur with its crocodile-like head mainly ate fish and carrion.
Conservation Status: extinct
Global Home: Africa
Primary Habitat: desert
This deadly carnivore weighed several tonnes and could grow to be up to 17 metres long! The Spinosaurus had multiple sharp, straight teeth in its crocodile-like mouth. Its meals mainly consisted of other dinosaurs or fish. The intelligently designed sail on its back served several functions. In cold-blooded dinosaurs, the sail probably contributed to vital temperature regulation by collecting or distributing heat. It also served to impress potential mates.