A collectible Museum patch released by Australian Age of Dinosaurs.
The theropod Australovenator ruled the roost in northeast Australia during the mid-Cretaceous. Unlike Tyrannosaurus rex (a ‘head-first’ predator), Australovenator was a ‘hands-on’ predator: its arms were muscular and its inner two fingers were equipped with massive sickle-like claws.
Discovered in 2006 and scientifically described in 2009, the holotype of this species is on show at the Australian Age of Dinosaurs Museum in Winton Queensland.
Measures: 10 x 6cm
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