Theropoda

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Ancient Greek θήρ (thḗr, beast, fantastic animal) + πούς (poús, foot/feet)

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Theropoda

  1. A taxonomic suborder within the order Saurischia – a group of bipedal dinosaurs, the theropods, ancestral to birds.

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  • (suborder): Neotheropoda (†Liliensternus, †Tachiraptor, †Zupaysaurus, †Shuangbaisaurus - genera in Neotheropoda); †Coelophysoidea - subfamily in Neotheropoda; †Dilophosauridae - family in Neotheropoda; Averostra - clade; †Ceratosauria, Tetanurae - infraorders; †Daemonosaurus, †Eodromaeus - genera in Theropoda

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