Monolophosaurus was a species of dinosaur that lived in China 165 million years ago. Named after the single crest on its head, the only individual found is 16 feet long. This predator was found in the same formation as Guanlong, the oldest tyrannosaur; Tuojiangosaurus, an Asian relative of Stegosaurus; and Yinlong, the oldest ceratopsian. It is likely that to avoid competition, Guanlong hunted the smaller Yinlong and Monolophosaurus hunted the larger and more dangerous Tuojiangosaurus.
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