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Baryonyx
  • Name Meaning: “Heavy Claw”
  • Habitat: River Deltas of Europe
  • Length: 30 ft9m
  • Weight: 2 tons2,000 kg
  • Stance: Biped
  • Diet: Primarily fish
  • Age: Early Cretaceous

Baryonyx is one of the largest fish-eating dinosaurs. Its crocodile-like head and dangerous claws make it a master hunter of rivers and lakes for Cretaceous-era sushi.

Fossil imagery courtesy of Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County.

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Baryonyx hunts much like a bear, sweeping the river for fish with its powerful claws.


Size Chart

Tyrannosaurus rex 40′ long × 16′ tall12m long × 5m tall Apatosaurus 75′ long × 15′ tall23m long × 5m tall Suchomimus 32′ long × 14′ tall10m long × 4m tall Triceratops 30′ long × 10′ tall9m long × 3m tall Edmontosaurus 42′ long × 10′ tall13m long × 3m tall Gallimimus 26′ long × 9′ tall8m long × 3m tall Stegosaurus 30′ long × 9′ tall9m long × 3m tall Parasaurolophus 40′ long × 9′ tall12m long × 3m tall Baryonyx 33′ long × 8′ tall10m long × 3m tall Metriacanthosaurus 24′ long × 6′ tall7m long × 2m tall Ankylosaurus 25′ long × 6′ tall8m long × 2m tall Velociraptor 13′ long × 6′ tall4m long × 2m tall Pachycephalosaurus 16′ long × 6′ tall5m long × 2m tall Microceratus 3′ long × 1′ tall1m long × 0.3m tall Mosasaurus 60′ long 18m long Pteranodon 25′ long8m long Dimorphodon 5′ long1.5m long Tyrannosaurus rex 40′ long × 16′ tall12m long × 5m tall Apatosaurus 75′ long × 15′ tall23m long × 5m tall Suchomimus 32′ long × 14′ tall10m long × 4m tall Triceratops 30′ long × 10′ tall9m long × 3m tall Edmontosaurus 42′ long × 10′ tall13m long × 3m tall Gallimimus 26′ long × 9′ tall8m long × 3m tall Stegosaurus 30′ long × 9′ tall9m long × 3m tall Parasaurolophus 40′ long × 9′ tall12m long × 3m tall Baryonyx 33′ long × 8′ tall10m long × 3m tall Metriacanthosaurus 24′ long × 6′ tall7m long × 2m tall Ankylosaurus 25′ long × 6′ tall8m long × 2m tall Velociraptor 13′ long × 6′ tall4m long × 2m tall Pachycephalosaurus 16′ long × 6′ tall5m long × 2m tall Microceratus 3′ long × 1′ tall1m long × 0.3m tall Mosasaurus 60′ long 18m long Pteranodon 25′ long8m long Dimorphodon 5′ long1.5m long
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