This relative of Tyrannosaurus Rex was smaller and more lightly built, but it was still a formidable predator of the Late Cretaceous Period. Found in what is now Alberta, Canada, some scientists believe Albertosaurus may have hunted together in packs. Scientific Name: Albertosaurus ("Alberta Lizard") sarcophagus ("Flesh Eater") Characteristics: This dinosaur toy is an accurate and highly detailed figure showing what Albertosaurus may have looked like in life. It is similar to T-Rex, its cousin who lived a few million years later, but slimmer and smaller. This Albertosaurus has a speculative pattern of brown and aqua coloration, which might have been something the dinosaur could have used to camouflage amongst the plants and foliage of its habitat. The Albertosaurus figure is part of the Wild Safari® Prehistoric World collection.