A recent discovery, Qianzhousaurus was one of the more bizarre species of tyrannosaur. That said, this 26-30 foot long, 1-2 ton carnivore would've been one of the top predators of it's environment. What sets Qianzhousaurus apart from many other tyrannosaurs is it's snout. While most tyrannosaurs have short, somewhat robust snouts, the snout and jaw of Qianzhousaurus was long and tapering. Qianzhousaurus lived in Asia roughly 70 million years ago.