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Abelisaurus comahuensis was discovered in 1983 by Roberto Abel, a professor from the the Museum of Cipolletti in Argentina.
It was found in the Anacleto Formation in the Lago Pellegrini stone quarries of the Río Negro province of Argentina.
Abelisaurus is a theropod from the Campanian age of the Late Cretaceous, and the first example of the Abelisauridae family. The skull has some similarities to Tyrannosauridae, but there are enough differences that it cannot be included in...