The newly discovered dinosaurs appear to have been fast runners after experts analysed the distance between their steps, indicating they could run at speeds of up to 35 kilometres per hour. To put that into perspective, the average human can sprint at around 24 kilometres per hour.
As other large dinosaur tracks have been documented across Australia, not many this large have been discovered that appear to be carnivores. Dinosaur fossils the size of chickens or smaller have previously been the only ones discovered to be meat-eaters.
SOURCE: The New Zealand Herald