Sinraptor sacramentii (name meaning "Sacramento's Chinese thief") is a species of medium-sized carnosaur dinosaur that originally lived in what is now China during the middle Jurassic and was once extinct, but Sinraptor sacramentii has since been brought back from extinction by SciiFii and now lives in Cretaceous Park located in Sacramento, California. It is larger than its closest relative, the Gasosaurus, growing to be around 29 feet long and weigh about as much as the average-sized white rhinoceros. It is a carnivore like all carnosaurs, and feeds mainly on carrion and a wide range of animals, ranging from dog-sized to Asian elephant-sized animals. It is a solitary animal in most of its life, but after mating seasons, if the females accept living with males that found them, they live together and become mates for life.
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