Meet the 10 fastest dinosaurs that inhabited the planet earth. If you thought that the velociraptor was the fastest, you are very wrong, there were other dinosaurs that were even faster.

It is considered the most intelligent predator, and not because of its philosophical image used for hilarious memes, but because of its size and use of its brain that allowed it to dominate its territories and an effective hunter.

Also recognized as the “Alberta lizard”, it was a tyrannosaurid theropod that lived in the Cretaceous era in western North America about 65 million years ago.

Its name comes from the Latin and means “carnivorous bull”, of which it could be said that in addition to its appearance, it also describes its survival form.

Considered the fastest bipedal animal in history, it was a theropod that lived in the Upper Jurassic period, about 150 million years ago on European soil.

It was characterized as one of the most agile and ferocious carnivores that inhabited the Cretaceous period, besides being one of the largest dromaeosaurids until the Utahraptor was discovered.

Also known as “hen imitator”, a curious name for considerable size, lived in the Upper Cretaceous about 70 million years ago in what is now Asia.

It was a bipedal, agile, fast-moving dinosaur that lived at the end of the Lower Cretaceous period, approximately 124 million years ago in what is now Europe.

“Similar to an ostrich” is the connotation of its name. It was of the ornithomimid theropod dinosaur a genus, characterized by having no teeth, which lived in the late Cretaceous.

Its name means “bird impersonator”. It belongs to the group of ornithomimosaurs, often thought of as the group of ostrich dinosaurs.

Its name means “delta runner” and it was a genus represented by a single species of theropod noasauridus dinosaur. It lived in the middle of the Cretaceous era about 95 million years ago in what is now Africa.
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