Scientists discover new species of dinosaur

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Scientist have recently added another dinosaur to the long list of dinosaur discoveries.

The Torvosaurus Gurneyi was found in Portugal and believed to have been one of the largest predators to ever roam Europe.

Scientists are saying that this new species lived about 150-million years, in the late Jurassic period.

The dinosaur is said to be about 32-feet long with four-inch long, sharp teeth.

At first, scientist thought the bones belonged to Torvosaurus Tanneri, a species that originates in North America.

After close inspection of the bones, they discovered the bones were actually a new species of dinosaur.


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