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Theropods (meaning "beast feet") are a group of bipedal saurischian dinosaurs. They were primarily carnivorous, though several theropod groups were herbivorous, omnivores, and insectivores.
Theropods have a three-toed foot, a furcula (wishbone), air-filled bones and (in some cases) possibly feathers.
Kingdom: Animalia, Phylum: Chordata, Class: Reptilia, Superorder: Dinosauria, Order: Saurischia, Suborder: Theropoda.
Herrerasaurids, probably early theropods, though they may be more primitive saurischians or even non-dinosaurs. Herrerasaurus skulls and skeletons cast replicas
Coelophysoids, primitive theropods including Coelophysis
Ceratosaurians, including Ceratosaurus and abelisaurids. The latter were important Late Cretaceous predators in southern continents
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Dilophosaurids, crested theropods sometimes allied with the coelophysoids Tetanurans, a major grouping of more advanced theropods
Spinosauroids, including the megalosaurs and the crocodile-skulled spinosaurids Avetheropods, more advanced and bird-like theropods
Allosauroids, including Allosaurus and close relatives like the carcharodontosaurids Coelurosaurians, a diverse lineage with a wide range of body sizes, diets and niches
Tyrannosauroids, small to gigantic carnivores, often with reduced forelimbs
Alioramus fossil cast replicas ,
Ornithomimosaurians, "ostrich-mimics", are mostly toothless and probably omnivorous Maniraptorans, birds, and their closest relatives, all possessed feathers, many omnivorous or herbivorous
Therizinosaurs, bipedal herbivores with large hand claws and small heads
Alvarezsaurs, small bird-like insectivores with extremely short forelimbs
Oviraptorosaurians, are mostly toothless; their diet and lifestyle are uncertain
Deinonychosaurs, popularly known as "raptors", are extremely bird-like omnivores with some pure carnivores. Velociraptor
Scansoriopterygids, small insectivorous theropods that may have lived in trees
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