Grimosaurus belongs to the family Brachiosaurus or Fusarosaurus and contains unnamed groups of less than 12 to 15 species, all from Central Asia or the Far East. Although the Brachiosaurus is classified into Theropods, the only skull illustration of the Brachiosaurus currently found on the skull of the death dragon looks very different from other carnivorous dinosaurs; all the teeth above are small and the upper jaw There is also an untoothed beak at the end. Grim Reaper has large claws and is likely to stand on two feet. From the study of teeth and skeleton, Death Dragon and other Brachiosaurus dinosaurs may be fish-eating animals.
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