Jurassic World’s bizarre dinosaur with its scything claws couldn’t have been a slasher, a study confirms

A picture of Therizinosaurusan “absolutely bizarre” dinosaur with gigantic, scythe-like claws at the end of long arms. (Image credit: Shutterstock)

An “Absolutely Bizarre” dinosaur with claws so gigantic their function has long remained a mystery, they couldn’t use them to fight or fend off attackers because they were too weak, a new study has found.

theropod dinosaur, Therizinosaurus, lived in the late Triassic and Cretaceous periods (220 million to 66 million years ago). His scythe-like claws are in the latest “Jurassic world‘ film which features the beast knocking off a deer and impaling the wild predator Giganotosaurus. However, the new research shows that this representation is inaccurate.

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