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Now it's Lythronax by HodariNundu Now it's Lythronax by HodariNundu
Solo un garabato express inspirado en el nuevo tiranosaurio de Utah (el "tiranosaurio de Wahweap") que supuestamente tendrá nombre oficial muy pronto :B
Gracias a :icondarkbinder: por la noticia :>
NOTA- El dino ya tiene nombre, Lythronax argestes (Lythronax significa algo asi como "el rey del gore"

Just an express doodle inspired on the new Utah tyrannosaur (the "Wahweap tyrannosaur") supossedly to be oficially announced very soon :>
Thanks :icondarkbinder: for the news :>
UPDATE- The dino is now named Lythronax, meaning "king of gore". :B
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:icontwoworldsonekingdom:

I have a feeling he competed with Teratophoneus over food and territoty

 

Which dinosaur species do you think it preyed on?  

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HodariNundu Nov 15, 2013   General Artist
I think Teratophoneus lived later.

Lythronax probably preyed on Diabloceratops amongst others.
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River-rex Nov 27, 2013  Student Artist
It did. Lythronax might have competed with the Zuni Basin tyrannosauroid.
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:icontwoworldsonekingdom:

When I researched carefuly, I discovered that Teratophoneus and Lythronax lived at the same place and same time.

Also, were there any Ornithopods living with Lythronax.

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BlackMisanthropist Nov 10, 2013
I Just Heard Of The Animal Yesterday, ANd I Was Wondering When You Were Going To Draw Him. Beautiful Representation.
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BlackMisanthropist Nov 10, 2013
Pardon My Errors. I Meant "This" Instead Of "The" And The "N" In "And" Was Not Intended To Be Capitalized.  
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tassietyger Oct 14, 2013  Student General Artist
Wait is that the infamous "Zunityrannus"?: www.youtube.com/watch?v=vRuo_2…
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MaxterandKiwiKing Nov 8, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
No. This is a different dinosaur. Lythronax is from Utah, the Zuni Basin tyrannosaur is from New Mexico.
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tassietyger Nov 8, 2013  Student General Artist
I realized the error of my judgment.
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:iconelsqiubbonator:
That doesn't mean it didn't live in both places--the two formations are about the same age.
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