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File:Allosaurus size comparison.svg

Description Comparitive estimated sizes of Allosaurus Specimens,

20/7/11 I, the author requires that , steveoc 86 at Wikimedia Commons gets attribution for the image and Scott Hartman gets attribution for the dinosaur silhouettes.

• Silhouettes are based on an Allosuaurs skeletal reconstructions by Scott Hartman Used with permission.
• The allosaururs lengths have been measured along the vertebral column.
• MOR 693 scaled using the scale bar in Hartman's Reconstruction. Average size 8.5m based on . Allosaurus AMNH 680 and Epanterias estimates based on Madsen (1976) estimated Epanterias at 13m.

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  1. Glut, Donald F. (1997) "Allosaurus" in Dinosaurs: The Encyclopedia, Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland & Co, pp. 105–117 ISBN: 0-89950-917-7.
  2. Mortimer, Mickey (2003-07-21). And the largest Theropod is.... The Dinosaur Mailing List. Retrieved on 2007-09-08.
  3. Madsen, James H., Jr. (1993) [1976] Allosaurus fragilis: A Revised Osteology, Utah Geological Survey Bulletin 109 (2nd ed.), Salt Lake City: Utah Geological Survey
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