Hello!!I'm working on a children's book featuring an Allosaurus, and I'm trying to be as accurate as I can. Do we have any idea what Allosaurus integument would have looked like? Would they have been fuzzy or had bristles near their mouths?Any help you can offer, even something like "nope, never heard of anything", is helpful! Thank you! Have a good day!Gray Stamper
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