- The unofficial Greek name given (Ανθρώπινος Δεινόσαυρος) is a translation of the Japanese name of this card (Dinosaur Man).
- In the French, German, and Spanish version of Yu-Gi-Oh! Ultimate Masters: World Championship 2006 and Card Almanac, this card name was "Anthrosaurus".
- In the Italian version of World Championship 2006 and Card Almanac, this card name was "Antrosauro".
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