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Carnotaurus Dinosaur Night Light

Carnotaurus Dinosaur Night Light

The word Carnotaurus comes from latin for “meat-eating bull”, which was a reference to its two bull-like horns. The Carnotaurus was an 8-meter long theropod (like the more famous Tyrannosaurus) that weighed between 1.5 and 3 tons, and he had two thick horns above his eyes and extremely reduced forelimbs with only four digits. The Carnotaurus featured in the dinosaur nightlight has much larger limbs than he should have, and the two horns on his head are lined up linearly, instead of bilaterally. While I’m sure this Carnotaurus night light works just fine, we don’t recommend using it as a study guide before any paleontology exams.

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Carnotaurus Dinosaur Night Light