Utahraptor

The claws on Utahraptor's hind feet were almost 30 cm long and used to slash at their prey. These dinosaurs may have been warm blooded, meaning they could hunt in the cool early morning, before other dinos were active. 

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Fact File

Pronounced   
YOU-tah-RAP-tore

Meaning of name
Hunter of Utah

Length    
5.5 m

Weight    
500 kg

Diet    
Carnivorous

When it lived   
Early Cretaceous (120 million years ago)

Where it lived   
North America

DINOMAZING FACT!

When chasing prey, Utahraptor could bend his impressive claws backwards onto his foot, so they didn’t get in the way.

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