Nov 22 2013, 7:54am CST | by Gene Ryan Briones
The search never stops when it comes to dinosaurs. For years, paleontologists have dug deep into the earth to uncover new fossils, and, possibly, new species. In the latest issue of Nature Communications, a new dinasaur was detailed.
Siats meekerorum was over 30 feet long and weighed more than four tons. Researchers said that the dinosaur is a first of its kind in North America and is second only to the apex predator, T. rex. It belonged to the predatory group of carchardontosaurian theropods.
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