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Saurophaganax, or “lizard eater”, is a very large allosaurid dinosaur believed to have lived 151 million years ago in present-day Oklahoma. Maximum size has been estimated between 34 and 43 feet (10.5 and 13 meters). The only complete fossilized specimen ever found was uncovered in 1931 in Cimarron County, OK, which is part of Oklahoma’s “panhandle.” It was reconstructed and placed on display in the Sam Noble Museum of Natural History in Norman, OK, alongside an Apatosaurus.