#Abelisaurus Dinosaur was a bipedal carnivore, a primitive theropod dinosaurs, standing roughly 6.6 feet (2 metres) tall at the hips, 21 to 26 feet (almost 8 meters) long and weighing 1.4 tons. Large fenestrations (window-like openings) in the Abelisaurus's skull meant that its skull was lighter than most dinosaurs. Read more about them @ : http://www.rareresource.com/abelisaurus.htm
#Centrosaurus had a single huge horn over the nose, which may curve either forwards or backwards in different folks. The frill was moderately long and its edge bore small hornets, giving it a scalloped look; the two longest hornets hook forward over the frill. See more @ : http://www.rareresource.com/centrosaurus.htm #dinosaurs
Art illustration - Dinosaurs - Tarbosaurus: is sort represented by a unique species of tyrannosaurid theropod dinosaur that lived during the Late Cretaceous Period, approximately between and million in the Maastrichtian, in what is now Asia.
Altispinax was a carnivore. It lived in the Cretaceous period and inhabited Europe.