One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
An enormous carnivorous dinosaur of the late Cretaceous period, resembling the tyrannosaurs.
- ‘He comes face to face with the awesome predator Giganotosaurus in an exhilarating journey.’
- ‘Allain says Mapusaurus is more closely related to the Argentinian Giganotosaurus than to the African species.’
- ‘With the discovery of Giganotosaurus and related forms, Carnosauria is once again the home of the world's largest terrestrial predators.’
- ‘Blanco had successfully used a similar method to estimate the speed of 30 living mammals and the T-rex-like dinosaur Giganotosaurus.’
- ‘In the Dinosaur TV Special, Nigel comes face to face with the biggest dinosaur that ever lived, Argentinosauraus, and the awesome predator Giganotosaurus in an exhilarating journey.’
Modern Latin, from Greek gigas ‘giant’ + nōton ‘back’ + sauros ‘lizard’.
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