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                <th>Dinosaur</th>
                <th>Weight</th>
                <th>Length</th>
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                <td>Spinosaurus
                    <sup class="health-footnotes__links">
          [<span class="health-footnotes__link" title="Sizes are given with a range, where possible, of estimates that have not been contradicted by more recent studies">1</span>]
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                <td>21 tonnes</td>
                <td>18 meters</td>
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                <td>Tyrannosaurus rex</td>
                <td>18 tonnes</td>
                <td>13 meters</td>
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                <td>Carcharodontosaurus</td>
                <td>15 tonnes</td>
                <td>14 meters</td>
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                <td>Giganotosaurus</td>
                <td>14 tonnes</td>
                <td>14 meters</td>
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                <td>Acrocanthosaurus
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          [<span class="health-footnotes__link" title="Sauropodomorph size is difficult to estimate given their usually fragmentary state of preservation">2</span>]
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                <td>7 tonnes</td>
                <td>11 meters</td>
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                            <span class="col-xs-1">1</span>
                            <span class="col-xs-11">One study of Tyrannosaurus specimens with tooth marks in the bones attributable to the same genus was presented as evidence of cannibalism.</span>
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                            <span class="col-xs-1">2</span>
                            <span class="col-xs-11">Evidence of intraspecific attack were found by Joseph Peterson and his colleagues in the juvenile Tyrannosaurus nicknamed Jane</span>
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