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Weight900 kg
Length7 meters
Height2.5 meters
The Eustreptospondylus is a large theropod dinosaur from the middle Jurassic period. As a carnivore the Eustreptospondylus during this time can be known to have eaten meat in England, UK approximately 165 million years ago. Eustreptospondylus was a medium-sized dinosaur with an approximate weight of 900 kilograms (410 pounds) and an estimated length of 7 meters (23 feet).

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