|Scientific name||Koreanosaurus boseongensis|
|Creature type||Ornithopod Dinosaur|
Koreanosaurus is a species of ornithopod dinosaur.
Two Koreanosaurus came through a satellite anomaly that Andy opened at a tower block and he also opened other anomalies as well. Two of them were curiously exploring the tower block while other people ran away. The team managed to put them back through the anomaly and stop the other anomalies and the creatures. (Episode 1.10)
"Koreanosaurus" (meaning "Korean lizard") is the informal name given to an as-yet undescribed genus of dinosaur from the Late Cretaceous.
It was a possible dromaeosaur (or similar theropod) which lived in what is now Korea, although at times it has been referred to the Tyrannosauridae and Hypsilophodontidae. Based solely on a femur, the type species was coined by Kim in 1979, who by 1993 had decided that it was a species of Deinonychus, "D." koreanensis. It is probably the same as "Koreasaurus", another informal name for a possible Korean dromaeosaurid. In 2010 another, now validly named, dinosaur was given the name Koreanosaurus.