|Name Translation||Bahariya Lizard|
|Length||11-12 metres (36-40 ft) long, 3 tons|
Bahariasaurus ingens was a large primitive Ceratosaur. It was very closely related to Deltadromeus. In fact, it may be the same genus, it is unknown, if Deltadromeus was in fact the juvenile form of Bahariasaurus. Only a minority of skeletons were found, mostly vertebrae, pelvic vertebrae, rib fragments and basin fragments. But it showed a gracile, long-legged predator with a massively constructed shoulder girdle. It was contemporary of the other large carnivores Carcharodontosaurus and Spinosaurus. The habitat he lived in was coastal mangroves.
- 1. Main Information Credits to "The Princeton Field Guide to Dinosaur" from Gregory S. Paul