Once this dino has shut its movable jaws, there’s no escape. When the Monolophosaurus is on the prowl, it’s best not to disturb it. But you can certainly watch it hunting from a safe distance!
The Monolophosaurus is easy to identify by the long crest on the back of its nose, giving it a fearsome appearance. Like a dragon, spikes run from the tip of its head to the tip of its tail. I wonder if it will stay calm. This dinosaur belongs to the family of lizard-hipped dinosaurs. It is probably looking for food right now. It walks along the shore on its strong legs looking for prey. Better not disturb it!