DINOSAURS

 
 
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TIRANOZAUR REKS

Body length: 13 m. Body weight: 7 t

Description

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This menacing predator had large, strong jaws and sharp teeth to pluck the flesh.

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JUTARAPTORIUS

Body length: 7 m Body weight: 500 kg

Description

The Utah raptor was a large, frightening predator with 25-40 cm long middle finger nails.

 
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Body length: 7 m, Body weight: 4 t

Description

The volcano was a long-necked, long-tailed herbivore with a small head, thick legs, and a large body.

VOLCANO DONTASH

 
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DEINONICH

Body length: 3 m Body weight: 70 kg

Description

Deinonich was agile, walking two-legged, a bird-like dinosaur.

 
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SILEZAURAS

Body length: 2.5 m Body weight: 15 kg

Description

Silesaura is one of the best examples of early dinosaurs and related animals.

 
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DILOPHOSAUR

Body length: 6 m Body weight: 500 kg - 1 t

Description

The origin of the name dilofosaurus means "two-spotted lizard".

 

NANOTIRANAS

Body length: 5 m Body weight: 450 kg

Description

It is possible that Nanotyran is a teenage Tyrannosaurus.

 
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HADROZAURAS

Body length: 9 m Body weight: 3 t

Description

Hadrozaurs are known as duckbill dinosaurs because of their head resemblance to modern ducks

 
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BARIONICS

Body length: 10 m Body weight: 2.5 t

Description

Barionics are very rare fish-eating dinosaurs.

 
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AMARGAZAURAS

Body length: 10 m Body weight: 5 t

Description

This herbivore had two rows of ridges growing from his spine along his neck, body, and tail.

 
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ANCYLOSAUR

Body length: 9 m Body weight: 6 t

Description

Ankylosaurus had armor to protect against carnivores and a small brain.

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RUJANGOZAUR

Body length: 30 m Body weight: 85 t

Description

Ryangoosaurus was one of the greatest animals ever to walk the Earth.

 
 
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BRACHIOZAUR

Body length: 25 m Body weight: 80 t

Description

The brachiosaurus is one of the tallest and largest dinosaurs ever discovered.

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