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- evidence supporting a hypothesis that Alioramus is closely related to the contemporary species Tarbosaurus bataar. Alioramus were bipedal like all known theropods...
- including Tarbosaurus and Alioramus, both from Asia, based on the absence of a bony prong connecting the nasal and lacrimal bones. Alioramus was found to be the...
- Kurzanov, Alioramus is another genus of tyrannosaurid from slightly older sediments in Mongolia. Several analyses have concluded Alioramus was quite closely...
- row of six low crests lines the top of the snout, similar to the Asian Alioramus, although most tyrannosaur species exhibit ornamentation to varying degrees...
- of the tribe Alioramini within the group, and most closely related to Alioramus, another alioramin. The holotype specimen, GM F10004, was unearthed in...
- unplayable prehistoric creatures. The current available Carnivores are Alioramus, Allosaurus, Ceratosaurus, Concavenator, Daspletosaurus, Deinonychus,...
- Alioramus. Animals in this subfamily are more closely related to Tyrannosaurus than to Albertosaurus and are known – with the exception of Alioramus –...
- Lythronax Nanotyrannus? Nanuqsaurus Raptorex? Teratophoneus Alioramini Alioramus Qianzhousaurus Daspletosaurini Daspletosaurus Thanatotheristes Tyrannosaurini...
- Y-shaped. The fused nasals of tyrannosaurids are often very rough-textured. Alioramus, a possible tyrannosaurid from Mongolia, bears a single row of five prominent...
- forest and trees around them while they come across a Styracosaurus, an Alioramus, a Parasaurolophus (identified only as "hadrosaur"), and a Velociraptor...