Paleontologists say that a shark-like tooth / giant dinosaur lived in Uzbekistan 90 million years ago during the Cretaceous.

Researchers say the shark-toothed dinosaur is capable of competing with the T-Rex dinosaur. This carnivorous dinosaur is about 7.5–8 m long and weighs 1,000 kg. The researchers came to this conclusion from their studies on the jawbone / jawbone. Researchers have named this dinosaur ‘Ulughbegsaurus uzbekistanensis’. Researchers say this is the first shark-toothed dinosaur found in Central Asia. This giant dinosaur is named after Ulugh Beg, a fifteenth-century astronomer and mathematician.


Researchers in the Kyzylkum Desert, Uzbekistan, discovered the jawbone in the 1980s. Researchers say the carnivorous dinosaur Ulughbegsaurus walked on two legs. It had a large head, small forelegs, and sharp claws. He was also a large carnivorous predator that lived at the time. The study was published in the Royal Society Journal.

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