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  • Carnotaurus, the "Meat-eating bull," is a carnivorous ceratosaurian theropod dinosaur that lives in the Lost Valley. It represents a unique group of theropod dinosaurs called abelisaurids, who lived in the late Cretaceous period, roughly between 71 and 65 million years ago, in what is now South America. The most notable feature of this dinosaur are the two small horns above its eyes, the first known carnivore to have this feature.
  • Carnotaurus is a medium sized carnivore which causes bleed damage type with its bite and claws well known for having excellent night vision and for being aggressive and terrestrial and having a overall stamina of a high metabolic rate.
  • thumb Significa toro carnívoro. Este animal tenía unos brazos muy cortos y un cráneo con dos cuernos que le han dado su nombre.
  • The Carnotaurus is an animal available on FarmVille. It was originally released on June 16th, 2012 as part of the Dino Lab. It become available as a limited time free gift via wall post share on July 10th, 2012.
  • Carnotaurus was an abelisaur theropod - a distant descendant of Ceratosaurus and a relative of Abelisaurus. <default>Carnotaurus</default> Biological information In Walking with... Book appearances Video game appearances
  • Carnotaurus, also known as Carnotaurs, were a species of carnivorous dinosaur that lived in the Late Cretaceous period 72-69.9 million years ago. They appear as the main antagonists in the 2000 Disney CG film Dinosaur, alongside Kron.
  • Carnotaurus is a villain from the Movie Dinosaur They Appear in Fantasia in the 100 Acre Wood: The Series.
  • Carnotaurus is a medium size carnotaurine abelisaur from the Late Cretaceous of Argentina.
  • Although Ace is a Carnotaurus, their Dinosaur King statistics differ.
  • Carnotaurus Was a Villain From Dinosaur. They Worked For KHFF Works: * Carnotaurus (KHII ½) in Kingdom Hearts II ½ by Xerruy * Carnotaurus (UXP) In The Universe XP Kingdom Hearts Series by All of Users.
  • Carnotaurus is a large carnivorous dinosaur that was taken by the Noah's Ark Plan personnel to the distant future. They have distinct bull-like horns (hence the "taurus", Greek for "bull", in their name), and appear to exhibit sexual dimorphism. The Carnotaurus lived in the Cretaceous Period.
  • Carnotaurus was a lightly built, bipedal predator, measuring 7.9 to 9.1 m (26 to 30 ft) in length and weighing at least 1.35 metric tons (1.33 long tons; 1.49 short tons). As a theropod, Carnotaurus was highly specialized and distinctive. It had thick horns above the eyes, a feature unseen in all other carnivorous dinosaurs, and a very deep skull sitting on a muscular neck. Carnotaurus was further characterized by small, vestigial forelimbs and long and slender hindlimbs. The skeleton is preserved with extensive skin impressions, showing a mosaic of small, non-overlapping scales measuring approximately 5 mm in diameter. The mosaic was interrupted by large bumps that lined the sides of the animal, and there are no hints of feathers.
  • Carnotaurus, it's name meaning "meat (eating)-bull", referring to its distinct bull-like horns was a large predatory dinosaur, with horns vaguely resembling a bull's. Only one species, Carnotaurus sastrei has been described so far. Carnotaurus lived in Patagonia, Argentina (La Colonia Formation) during the Maastrichtian stage of the Late Cretaceous, and was discovered by José F. Bonaparte, who has uncovered many other South American dinosaurs.
  • Carnotaurus was a lightly built, bipedal predator, measuring 8 to 9 m (26 to 30 ft) in length and weighing at least 1 metric ton (0.98 long ton; 1.1 short tons). As a theropod, Carnotaurus was highly specialized and distinctive. It had thick horns above the eyes, a feature unseen in all other carnivorous dinosaurs, and a very deep skull sitting on a muscular neck. Carnotaurus was further characterized by small, vestigial forelimbs and long and slender hindlimbs. The skeleton is preserved with extensive skin impressions, showing a mosaic of small, non-overlapping scales measuring approximately 5 mm in diameter. The mosaic was interrupted by large bumps that lined the sides of the animal, and there are no hints of feathers.
  • Carnotaurus /ˌkɑːrnoʊˈtɔːrəs/ is a genus of large theropod dinosaur that lived in South America during the Late Cretaceous period, between about 72 and 69.9 million years ago. The only species is Carnotaurus sastrei. Known from a single well-preserved skeleton, it is one of the best-understood theropods from the Southern Hemisphere. The skeleton, found in 1984, was uncovered in the Chubut Province of Argentina from rocks of the La Colonia Formation. Derived from the Latin carno [carnis] ("flesh") and taurus ("bull"), the name Carnotaurus means "meat-eating bull", alluding to its bull-like horns. Carnotaurus is a derived member of the Abelisauridae, a group of large theropods that occupied the large predatorial niche in the southern Landmasses of Gondwana during the late Cretaceous. The phy
  • Tatem Games announced on their Facebook page on January 25, 2012 that they were adding a new dinosaur in addition to Utahraptor. Although not officially named Carnotaurus in the announcement, the physical features of the model point to this genus. The exact release date of this dinosaur along with others was currently unknown. This and three other dinosaurs were removed from the June 20 update due to animation glitches and were postponed for a later update of 3-4 weeks after the June 20, 2012 update. Carnotaurus was added along with Gigantoraptor in the March 8, 2013 update for Android and April 4, 2013, for iOS.
  • Real Carnotaurus were 8-metre-long meat-eating dinosaurs from South America, one of a group of theropods called the abelisaurs. While imposing due to the unusual horns over its eyes, Carnotaurus had small arms and clawless fingers, and was lightly built for its size. While some scientists believe that Carnotaurus hunted small animals, others think that it used its jaws to weaken and slash at larger prey. In either case, evidence suggests that it was one of the fastest of all non-bird dinosaurs, running at a speed of up to 31 miles per hour. The function of the horns of Carnotaurus is unknown, as studies show that they were too delicate for use in direct ramming, although it has been suggested that rival Carnotaurus rammed the sides of their heads to avoid fatal drect attacks. Skin impressi
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Level
  • 5
  • 10
  • 75
Era
  • Cretaceous
bg
  • Brown
Alignment
  • Bad/Neutral
Length
  • 5.800000
  • 26
  • 28
  • 8.5
  • 9.0
Goal
  • Survive by eating other dinosaurs
hunger
  • 60
  • 554
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  • item
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  • After The Meeting in Nagapur
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  • coin
Paralyze
  • y
xp gain type
  • home
Blackout
  • y
pc value
  • 7490.0
very rare drop
  • Polished Scale
harvest curr type
  • coin
harvest curr amt
  • 144
statusimage
  • EX
silence
  • y
behaviour
  • Ferocious, carnivorous, hungry, bloodthirsty, meat-eating, violent, brutal, vicious, cruel, emotionless, ruthless and vengeful
Common Drop
  • Superior Fur
uncommon drop
  • capture
base br
  • 34
pc hp
  • 39103
Rare Drop
  • Raptor Carapace
Poison
  • y
Stamina
  • 220
grow time
  • 72
xp gain amt
  • 400
art 2 br
  • 0
  • 54
Guild
  • sword
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  • 40000
art 1 br
  • 0
  • 58
WWD: ITW
  • 300
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Range
Stance
  • Bipedal
Appearances
  • Walking with Dinosaurs: Inside Their World
  • Walking with Dinosaurs Website
Games
  • Disney's Dinosaur (video game)
Expansion
  • Zoo Tycoon 2: Extinct Animals
  • Zoo Tycoon 2: Dino Danger Pack
Age
  • 2.209032E15
Status
  • Extinct
Tier
  • 3
  • 4
Appearance
  • Gigantic and slender crimson Carnotaurus, large horn over each eye, red scales, gray underbelly, red eyes, horned spine, small arms, large powerful legs
Game
Name
  • Carnotaurus
  • Carnotaurus sastrei
Type
  • Saurischian
Value
  • 3168.0
Caption
  • A captured Carnotaurus can be sold at a high price and the taste is indescribable.
  • Restoration of Carnotaurus sastrei
Abilities
  • Great strength, roars, speed, jaw strength, sense of smell, climbing abilities, thick skin
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Adventures
  • Jurassic Park Adventures: Prey
bleed
  • 5
birth type
  • Egg
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Fate
  • Both killed: The female Carnotaurus is crushed by the cave-in caused by Bruton, the male Carnotaurus falls off a cliff while fighting Aladar.
rides
Comic
  • Jurassic Park: Redemption
name meaning
  • "Sastre's Meat-eating bull"
Weight
  • 1
  • 1.350000
  • 2.500000
Meaning
  • Meat-Eating Bull
Image caption
  • Jurassic Park Institute Artwork
Alias
  • Monster
  • Predators
  • "A mouthful of teeth with a bad attitude"
  • Carnotaur
OtherNames
  • *Carnotaurus sastrei *"Meat-eating bull" *Demon
Height
  • 3
  • 9.800000
  • 13
  • 3.0
Species
  • †C. sastrei
Title
  • Carnotaurus sastrei
ATT
  • Horned and two very small arms
Genus
  • †Carnotaurus
Points
  • 120
Weapons
  • Sharp teeth, horns, tail spines, head, talons
References
Class
Performer
  • No
Color
  • Black
Weight Class
  • Large
split
  • Mystic Fiend Meat
  • Mystic Fiend Husk
  • Ondine Core
  • Raptor Hide
Distinctions
  • Small arms, short skull, and small horns
damge
  • 50
thirst
  • 50
  • 60
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Home
  • Cretaceous period
Image
  • carno.PNG
biome
Homeworld
  • The Lost Valley
Family
  • †Abelisauridae
HP
  • ~ 45,000
Order
  • †Abelisauridae
Films
  • Dinosaur
Place
  • Argentina, South America
Time
  • Late Cretaceous
  • Late Cretaceous, 72-69 mya
Damage
  • 50
Diet
  • Meat
  • Carnivore
  • Carnivorous
  • Carrion; Ornithopods
Health
  • 1814
Race
  • Raptor
Art
  • Panacea
  • Hurtle
Locations
Phylum
Effect
  • Petrify
Location
  • Argentina
Task
  • 31
  • 38
  • 39
notable-group
  • Abelisauridae
split 3 note
  • 30.0
max br
  • 70
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  • Bristly Raptor Scale
  • Inverted Raptor Talon
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  • 50.0
split 4 note
  • 5.0
split 2 note
  • 20.0
bonus br
  • 8
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Dino Gallery
  • 300
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  • item
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  • item
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  • After Numor Mine
  • After entering the Aqueducts
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  • 3
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  • 3
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  • Carnotaurus, the "Meat-eating bull," is a carnivorous ceratosaurian theropod dinosaur that lives in the Lost Valley. It represents a unique group of theropod dinosaurs called abelisaurids, who lived in the late Cretaceous period, roughly between 71 and 65 million years ago, in what is now South America. The most notable feature of this dinosaur are the two small horns above its eyes, the first known carnivore to have this feature.
  • Carnotaurus was a lightly built, bipedal predator, measuring 8 to 9 m (26 to 30 ft) in length and weighing at least 1 metric ton (0.98 long ton; 1.1 short tons). As a theropod, Carnotaurus was highly specialized and distinctive. It had thick horns above the eyes, a feature unseen in all other carnivorous dinosaurs, and a very deep skull sitting on a muscular neck. Carnotaurus was further characterized by small, vestigial forelimbs and long and slender hindlimbs. The skeleton is preserved with extensive skin impressions, showing a mosaic of small, non-overlapping scales measuring approximately 5 mm in diameter. The mosaic was interrupted by large bumps that lined the sides of the animal, and there are no hints of feathers. The distinctive horns and the muscular neck may have been used in fighting conspecifics. According to separate studies, rivaling individuals may have combated each other with quick head blows, by slow pushes with the upper sides of their skulls, or by ramming each other head-on, using their horns as shock absorbers. The feeding habits of Carnotaurus remain unclear: some studies suggest the animal was able to hunt down very large prey such as sauropods, while other studies find it preyed mainly on relatively small animals. Carnotaurus was well adapted for running and was possibly one of the fastest large theropods.
  • Carnotaurus is a medium sized carnivore which causes bleed damage type with its bite and claws well known for having excellent night vision and for being aggressive and terrestrial and having a overall stamina of a high metabolic rate.
  • thumb Significa toro carnívoro. Este animal tenía unos brazos muy cortos y un cráneo con dos cuernos que le han dado su nombre.
  • Carnotaurus /ˌkɑːrnoʊˈtɔːrəs/ is a genus of large theropod dinosaur that lived in South America during the Late Cretaceous period, between about 72 and 69.9 million years ago. The only species is Carnotaurus sastrei. Known from a single well-preserved skeleton, it is one of the best-understood theropods from the Southern Hemisphere. The skeleton, found in 1984, was uncovered in the Chubut Province of Argentina from rocks of the La Colonia Formation. Derived from the Latin carno [carnis] ("flesh") and taurus ("bull"), the name Carnotaurus means "meat-eating bull", alluding to its bull-like horns. Carnotaurus is a derived member of the Abelisauridae, a group of large theropods that occupied the large predatorial niche in the southern Landmasses of Gondwana during the late Cretaceous. The phylogenetic relations of Carnotaurus are uncertain; it may have been closer to either Majungasaurus or Aucasaurus. Carnotaurus was a lightly built, bipedal predator, measuring 8 to 9 m (26 to 30 ft) in length and weighing at least 1.35 metric tons (1.33 long tons; 1.49 short tons). As a theropod, Carnotaurus was highly specialized and distinctive. It had thick horns above the eyes, a feature unseen in all other carnivorous dinosaurs, and a very deep skull sitting on a muscular neck. Carnotaurus was further characterized by small, vestigial forelimbs and long and slender hindlimbs. The skeleton is preserved with extensive skin impressions, showing a mosaic of small, non-overlapping scales measuring approximately 5 mm in diameter. The mosaic was interrupted by large bumps that lined the sides of the animal, and there are no hints of feathers. The distinctive horns and the muscular neck may have been used in fighting conspecifics. According to separate studies, rivaling individuals may have combated each other with quick head blows, by slow pushes with the upper sides of their skulls, or by ramming each other head-on, using their horns as shock absorbers. The feeding habits of Carnotaurusremain unclear: some studies suggest the animal was able to hunt down very large prey such as sauropods, while other studies find it preyed mainly on relatively small animals. Carnotaurus was well adapted for running and was possibly one of the fastest large theropods.
  • The Carnotaurus is an animal available on FarmVille. It was originally released on June 16th, 2012 as part of the Dino Lab. It become available as a limited time free gift via wall post share on July 10th, 2012.
  • Carnotaurus was a lightly built, bipedal predator, measuring 7.9 to 9.1 m (26 to 30 ft) in length and weighing at least 1.35 metric tons (1.33 long tons; 1.49 short tons). As a theropod, Carnotaurus was highly specialized and distinctive. It had thick horns above the eyes, a feature unseen in all other carnivorous dinosaurs, and a very deep skull sitting on a muscular neck. Carnotaurus was further characterized by small, vestigial forelimbs and long and slender hindlimbs. The skeleton is preserved with extensive skin impressions, showing a mosaic of small, non-overlapping scales measuring approximately 5 mm in diameter. The mosaic was interrupted by large bumps that lined the sides of the animal, and there are no hints of feathers. The distinctive horns and the muscular neck may have been used in fighting conspecifics. According to separate studies, rivaling individuals may have combated each other with quick head blows, by slow pushes with the upper sides of their skulls, or by ramming each other head-on, using their horns as shock absorbers. The feeding habits of Carnotaurus remain unclear: some studies suggest the animal was able to hunt down very large prey such as sauropods, while other studies find it preyed mainly on relatively small animals. Carnotaurus was well adapted for running and was possibly one of the fastest large theropods.
  • Carnotaurus was an abelisaur theropod - a distant descendant of Ceratosaurus and a relative of Abelisaurus. <default>Carnotaurus</default> Biological information In Walking with... Book appearances Video game appearances
  • Tatem Games announced on their Facebook page on January 25, 2012 that they were adding a new dinosaur in addition to Utahraptor. Although not officially named Carnotaurus in the announcement, the physical features of the model point to this genus. The exact release date of this dinosaur along with others was currently unknown. This and three other dinosaurs were removed from the June 20 update due to animation glitches and were postponed for a later update of 3-4 weeks after the June 20, 2012 update. Carnotaurus was added along with Gigantoraptor in the March 8, 2013 update for Android and April 4, 2013, for iOS. In game, Carnotaurus was a very large predatory and dangerous dinosaur that proceeded somewhat clumsily around. Like the Allosaurus and Velociraptor, Carnotaurus continuously walks around its environment, never stopping even to rest. Despite its old size, the Carnotaurus will flee if it hears a gunshot at a far distance (Carnotaurs near the coast have been known to run all the way to the edge of the map). When it charges, it was very fast, and will roar and try to bite the hunter before it kills the hunter. Now, it is the size of the Utahraptor and it is slightly faster than the Coelophysis.
  • Carnotaurus, also known as Carnotaurs, were a species of carnivorous dinosaur that lived in the Late Cretaceous period 72-69.9 million years ago. They appear as the main antagonists in the 2000 Disney CG film Dinosaur, alongside Kron.
  • Real Carnotaurus were 8-metre-long meat-eating dinosaurs from South America, one of a group of theropods called the abelisaurs. While imposing due to the unusual horns over its eyes, Carnotaurus had small arms and clawless fingers, and was lightly built for its size. While some scientists believe that Carnotaurus hunted small animals, others think that it used its jaws to weaken and slash at larger prey. In either case, evidence suggests that it was one of the fastest of all non-bird dinosaurs, running at a speed of up to 31 miles per hour. The function of the horns of Carnotaurus is unknown, as studies show that they were too delicate for use in direct ramming, although it has been suggested that rival Carnotaurus rammed the sides of their heads to avoid fatal drect attacks. Skin impressions show that it had a bumpy skin, without feathers like many other meat-eating dinosaurs. Its name means 'meat bull' in Latin.
  • Carnotaurus is a villain from the Movie Dinosaur They Appear in Fantasia in the 100 Acre Wood: The Series.
  • Carnotaurus, it's name meaning "meat (eating)-bull", referring to its distinct bull-like horns was a large predatory dinosaur, with horns vaguely resembling a bull's. Only one species, Carnotaurus sastrei has been described so far. Carnotaurus lived in Patagonia, Argentina (La Colonia Formation) during the Maastrichtian stage of the Late Cretaceous, and was discovered by José F. Bonaparte, who has uncovered many other South American dinosaurs. Carnotaurus was a large theropod, about 9.0 m (30 ft) in length, 3 m tall at the hips, and weighing about 1,600 kg (1.76 tons). The most distinctive features of Carnotaurus are the two thick horns above the eyes, and the extremely reduced forelimbs with four fingers. It is also characterized by its unusually long neck (compared to other theropods), and its small head with box-shaped jaws. The eyes of Carnotaurus faced forward, which is unusual in a dinosaur, and may indicate binocular vision and depth perception. A single nearly complete skeleton has been described including impressions of skin along almost the entire right side, that show Carnotaurus lacked feathers, unlike the more advanced coelurosaurian theropods. Instead, the skin is lined with rows of bumps, which become larger toward the spine.
  • Carnotaurus is a medium size carnotaurine abelisaur from the Late Cretaceous of Argentina.
  • Although Ace is a Carnotaurus, their Dinosaur King statistics differ.
  • Carnotaurus Was a Villain From Dinosaur. They Worked For KHFF Works: * Carnotaurus (KHII ½) in Kingdom Hearts II ½ by Xerruy * Carnotaurus (UXP) In The Universe XP Kingdom Hearts Series by All of Users.
  • Carnotaurus is a large carnivorous dinosaur that was taken by the Noah's Ark Plan personnel to the distant future. They have distinct bull-like horns (hence the "taurus", Greek for "bull", in their name), and appear to exhibit sexual dimorphism. The Carnotaurus lived in the Cretaceous Period.
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