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The Dilohosaurus was the largest dinosaur of the early Jurassic period measuring 19 feet long and 6 1/2 feet tall. It had crests on each side of its head. It stood on two legs with three-toe clawed feet measuring 13 to 18 inches long. From the back of the foot protruded a dew claw or hallux. A fully grown Dilophosaurus weighed around 900 pounds.