Newly Discovered Dinosaur Named “One Who Causes Fear” Had Keen Hearing And A Fierce Bite

Paleontologists have discovered a new dinosaur species in Patagonia that probably has a higher hearing capacity than its fellow dinosaurs. Researchers in Argentina have dubbed the new species “Llukalkan aliocranianus,” according to a press release from Paleontologists. The word Llukalkan Mapuche comes from the word “one who causes fear”, while aliocranianus in Latin means “abnormal skull”.

Excluding its metallic name, the dinosaur is also notable for its uniquely shaped head, which researchers say gave it a sharper hearing. “One of the peculiarities of this dinosaur is that it has cavities in the ear area that were not in the hands of other abelisaurids, which could give the species different hearing abilities. In a paper published in the Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. “It can, with its sharp sense of smell, acquire great power as a predator of this species.”

The dinosaur looked a lot like a T-Rex, with a large head and short sticky arms. It was just intense – if not intense. According to the press release, Llukalkan was probably one of the “top hunters” in the region during the late Cretaceous.

It measured up to five meters in length and had sharp teeth, large nails and a stiff bite – not to mention the super hearing skills directly. So yes, if they mix the dinosaur DNA with the frog genes with la Jurassic Park, let us all hope they “move on to the fear that causes it”.

As Futurism readers, we invite you to join our parent company’s Forum Singularity Global Community to discuss future science and technology with like-minded people around the world. Feel free to join, sign up now!Excluding its metallic name, the dinosaur is also notable for its uniquely shaped head, which researchers say gave it a sharper hearing. “One of the peculiarities of this dinosaur is that it has cavities in the ear area that were not in the hands of other abelisaurids, which could give the species different hearing abilities. In a paper published in the Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. “It can, with its sharp sense of smell, acquire great power as a predator of this species.”