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Last Updated: Wednesday February 23 2011 13:54 GMT

No offence: Scientists call new Dino 'Thunder Thighs'!

Thunder Thighs Dino

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It's a good job it's not walked the Earth for 110 million years - because if it was around today, a new species of Dinosaur might be a little offended.

That's because the scientists that discovered it have named it 'Thunder Thighs'!

The new Dino fossils were found in America - and researchers noticed it was a new species, and it had HUGE leg muscles.

So they called it Brontomerus mcintoshi - which is Greek for "thunder" and "thigh". Check out the video of how they think it would have looked!

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