- Name Means: Flesh-eating bull
- Period: Middle Cretaceous – 113 million years ago
- Where: South America: Patagonia, Chubut Province, Argentina
Carnotaurus was a large, bipedal, meat-eating dinosaur that looked a bit like a bull. It had two, knobby eyebrow-horns (hence its name), a small skull, extremely tiny arms (even smaller than those of T- rex), and a long, thin tail. It may have had partial binocular vision (unlike most other dinosaurs) since the eyes were set facing slightly forwards.
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