Deinocheirus mirificus (red) size comparison with human and Beishanlong grandis (black) and life restoration. Senter and Robins (2010) estimated Deinocheirus to be 11-12 feet at the hip, making it one of the tallest known theropods.

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    my favourite dinosaur pictures are the ones with the little person next to it for comparison
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  21. tumorhead said: I wonder if they’ll turn out to be youngsters vs adults of the same species? But I love’em, so big!
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