Tarbosaurus bataar A carnivorous dinosaur, very similar in size and form to Tyrannosaurus, that was one of the largest meat-eating animals ever to have lived on Earth. Individuals from the late Cretaceous of Mongolia reached almost 12 m in length and weighed approximately 7 tonnes.
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