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Aardonyx Dinosaur Facts

Aardonyx is another gigantic creature that ever walked on the Earth. Lived on Earth about 195 million years ago in South Africa. If you know it, it’s about the early Jurassic period. Aardonyx was a herbivore dinosaur. They ate plants and the predecessors of Sauropods. Aardonyx walked with their hind …

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Argentinosaurus Facts for Kids

argentinosaurus Fact

Argentinosaurus a sauropod dinosaurs were discovered in 1993 by two paelentologists in Argentina. It lived about 85 million years ago, living in the mid-Cretaceous period. Argentinosaurus is almost the same size as the T-Rex. This dinosaur has a length of 115 feet or about 35 meters, while its weight is …

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Antetonitrus Fact

Antetonitrus Dinosaur

The Antetonitrus is herbivorous dinosaur which has a length of 8 to 10 meters. The dinosaur is only found as a partial skeleton not the entire species had been found previously. The findings are centrum cervical vertebrae four backs, sacral spine, tail bone, back ribs, chevrons, scapula, right humerus, ulna …

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Alwalkeria Dinosaur Fact

Alwalkeria Dinosaur Wikipedia

¬†Unfortunately, the name has been taken by members of the colonial species Bryozoans. To note that the name was changed to Alwalkeria in 1994 by discribers, Chatterjee and Ben Creisler. All available evidence points to the middle Triassic fossils of South America as the birthplace of the first dinosaurs – …

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Supersaurus Dinosaur Fact

Supersaurus Dinosaur King

Supersaurus is a long-necked animals, a giant tail whip, measuring about 138 feet (42 m) long and 54 feet (16.5 m) high, with 39 feet (12 m) long neck. It may have very limited vertical mobility of the neck. Mmencapai weighs 55 tons but not the heaviest dinosaur. Front legs …

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Scutellosaurus Dinosaur Facts

Scutellosaurus Fact

Paleontologists believe Scutellosaurus is ambidextrous because their hind legs are longer than the forelimbs,, posture-wise may live in a crawl while eating, but was able to break into the two-legged gait when fleeing from predators. Like the other early dinosaurs, Scutellosaurus is anatomically very similar to a small theropod prosauropods …

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Omeisaurus Dinosaur Fact

Omeisaurus skeleton

Omeisaurus is the most common sauropod of late Jurassic of China, at least to judge by many fossil remains. Various species of this unusual plant eater had a long neck has been excavated over the past few decades, the smallest measuring only about 30 meters from head to tail, and …

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Nanosaurus Dinosaur Facts

Nanosaurus Fact

Dinosaurs were the dominant vertebrate animals of terrestrial ecosystems for over 160 million years, from the Old Triassic period (about 230 million years ago) until the end of the Cretaceous (about 65 million years ago), when many of them became extinct in the extinction event Cretaceous-Tertiary. Among these there are …

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Monolophosaurus Dinosaur Facts

Monolophosaurus Dinosaurs

Monolophosaurus actually an interesting subject to convergent evolution. A peak at the top of his head, like that of Coelophysids crested. Monolophosaurus peak, however, is different in that it is hollow, like the top Lambeosaurine. Hollow in the top of the channel causes the nasal cavity, suggesting Monolophosaurus can sing …

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Massospondylus Dinosaurs Facts

Massospondylus Dinosaur Fact

Massospondylus was a herbivore (plant-eater) that lived in South Africa and North America, about 208-204 milion years ago, during the early Jurassic period. Massospondylus has a height of about 13 feet (4 meters), and was named by Sir Richard Owen meaning “large vertebrae” or “elongated vertebrae” (seen from the large …

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