|Name Translation||Bahariya Lizard|
|Period||Late Cretaceous, Cenomanian to Maastrichtian age (95 to 66.038 mya)|
|Size||11-12 metres (36-39 ft) long, 3 tons|
Bahariasaurus ingens is a genus of large theropod dinosaur found in the bahariya formation in el-Waha el-Bahariya oasis and Kem Kem beds of the north Africa,which date to the late cretaceous (cenomanian age) it is very closely related to Deltadromeus reaching lengths upto 12 meters.
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 at were near coastal mangroves. İt is probably battle andor co existed with other Very large carnivores like Spinosaurus, Carcharodontosaurus and Suchomimus.
- 1. Main Information Credits to "The Princeton Field Guide to Dinosaur" from Gregory S. Paul