Acrocanthosaurus atokensis stock image
By Nathan E. Rogers
Its name, “high-spined lizard,” refers to the neural spines on its back which likely supported a hump or ridge. At 11 m (36 ft) long, it was a dominant predator the Early Cretaceous North America.
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