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The 'best ever' remains of a predator dinosaur have been unearthed in Germany with 98 per cent of its skeleton intact. The discovery of the dinosaur, nicknamed Otto by paleontologists in Bavaria, is being hailed as a sensation, and the German government has already decreed it cannot leave the country.
The Theropod - 'beast-footed' - dinosaur is of the same family as the T-Rex but the individual found in Kelheim has not yet been categorised.
Otto is 28 inches long and a juvenile. Hair and traces of skin have also been found on the skeleton.