Albertosaurus

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Albertosaurus

[al‚ber·də′sȯr·əs]
(paleontology)
A carnivorous therapod dinosaur, 30 feet (9 meters) long, from the Late Cretaceous Period that had long muscular hindlimbs, comparatively weak forelimbs (with two-fingered hands), and powerful jaws lined with sharp teeth; related to Tyrannosaurus.
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Kerick Booterin turned nearly white under his oil and smoke, for he was an Aleut, and Aleuts are not clean people.
The museum also houses one of the largest collections of fossilised remains in the world, including those of an Albertasaurus - a T-Rex lookalike named after the province.
The nearby Royal Tyrell Museum - a must-see if you've got Jurassic Park-obsessed kids - attracts 300,000 visitors a year to the world's biggest exhibit of all things dinosaur - bones, teeth, skulls and complete skeletons, including Alberta's very own predator, Albertasaurus.
Speed has printed 12,000 "unauthorized" buttons through Albertasaurus Corp.
The Albertasaurus buttons cost $5 and may be purchased in Little Rock at T-Shirt Trivia, News Mart on Main Street, Mail Boxes Etc.
From studies of a nearly intact Albertasaurus skeleton, Smith calculated that the forelimbs of this large dinosaur -- with a body build similar to T.