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"Koreanosaurus" (meaning "Korean lizard") is the informal name given to an as-yet undescribed genus of dinosaur from the Late Cretaceous. It was a possible dromaeosaur (or similar theropod) which lived in what is now Korea, although at times it has been referred to the Tyrannosauridae and Hypsilophodontidae. Based solely on a femur, the type species was coined by Kim in 1979, who by 1993 had decided that it was a species of Deinonychus, "D." koreanensis.[1] It is probably the same as "Koreasaurus",[2] another informal name for a possible Korean dromaeosaurid. In 2010 another, now validly named, dinosaur was given the name Koreanosaurus. References ^ Kim, 1993. Journal of Natural History and Environments 1(1). World Society of Natural History and Environments:Pusan University, Pusan, Korea. ISSN 1225-6404. ^ Lambert, D. 1993. "A to Z of Dinosaurs" In: The Ultimate Dinosaur Book. Dorling Kindersley, 192 pp. ISBN 0-7513-0047-0 External links The Theropod Database, with a much more detailed summary. Maniraptora Dinosaurs portal This theropod-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e