DINOSAUR PICTURES & FACTS

Citipati

Quick Citipati Facts: - Lived in what is now known as Mongolia - Lived during the late Cretaceous period - Had its young in a nest - Weighed as much as a pig - Was a carnivore

Kosmoceratops

Quick Kosmoceratops Facts: - Lived in what is now known as North America - Lived during the late Cretaceous period - Has the most horns of any other dinosaur - Weighed almost as much as a rhino - Was an herbivore

Sinornithosaurus

Quick Sinornithosaurus Facts: - Lived in what is now known as China - Lived during the early Cretaceous period - As long as a yard stick - Weighed as much as a cat - Was a carnivore

Sinosauropteryx

Quick Sinosauropteryx Facts: - Lived in what is now known as China - Lived during the early Cretaceous period - Could run as fast as a greyhound - Weighed as much as a brick - Was a carnivore

Leaellynasaura

Quick Leaellynasaura Facts: - Lived in what is now known as Australia - Lived during the middle Cretaceous period - Is considered a polar dinosaur - Weighed as much as a panda bear - Was an herbivore
Majungasaurus by Frank Lode

Majungasaurus

Quick Majungasaurus Facts: - May have indulged in cannibalism - Was 2 car lengths long - Weighed as much as a Rhinoceros - Ran on two legs - Was one of the last dinosaurs to have lived
Sauroposeidon by Jk

Sauroposeidon

Quick Sauroposeidon Facts: - Fossils have been found in Oklahoma, Wyoming and Texas - Weighed as much as 10 elephants - As high as a 6 story building - Was 10 car lengths long - Its neck length was 40 feet long
Edmontosaurus by Jk

Edmontosaurus

Quick Edmontosaurus Facts: - Edmontosaurus weighed as much as 2 Black Rhinoceros - Was over 4 car lengths long - Was about 2 stories high - Its name means “Edmonton Lizard” - Lacked a bony crest like other hadrosaurids
Deinocheirus by SameerPrehistorica

Deinocheirus

Quick Deinocheirus Facts: - May have climbed trees like modern sloths - Deinocheirus is the largest bird mimic of all time - Weighs as much as an African Elephant - Was 3 car lengths long - Was as large as a Tyrannosaurus Rex - Had 10 inch claws and 8 foot long arms
Gastonia

Gastonia

Quick Gastonia Facts: - About as long as a train car - Weighed as much as a Black Rhinoceros - Ate mainly low lying plants and leaves - Gastonia was hunted by Utahraptor - Ran at a speed of about 8 miles per hour - Was probably a herd animal

PREHISTORIC ANIMALS PICTURES & FACTS

Mosasaurus

Quick Mosasaurus Facts: - Lived during the Late Cretaceous Period - Lived in oceans all around the world - Was about as long as a modern North Pacific right whale - Weighed as much much as a modern Sperm whale - Ate fish, shellfish and squids

Anhanguera

Quick Anhanguera Facts: - Lived during the Early Cretaceous Period - Lived in what is now known as South America and Australia - Was 12 times heavier than a Red-tailed Hawk - Had 3 times the wingspan of a Crowned Eagle - Was an Omnivore

Pteranodon

Quick Pteranodon Facts: - Lived during the Late Cretaceous Period - Lived in what is now known as North America - Was 12 times heavier than a Red-tailed Hawk - Had 3 times the wingspan of a Crowned Eagle - Was a Piscivore and/or Carnivore

Quetzalcoatlus

Quick Quetzalcoatlus Facts: - Lived during the Late Cretaceous Period - Lived in what is now known as North America - Was named after the mythic serpent god Quetzalcoatl - Its wingspan was 3 times larger than an Andean Condor - Weighed almost as much as a Panda Bear

Dimorphodon

Quick Dimorphodon Facts: - Lived from the Middle Jurassic Period through the Late Jurassic Period - Lived in what is now Europe and Central America - Was about the size of a modern-day American Crow - Weighed less than a liter of water - Was a Piscivore or Insectivore

Pterodactylus

Quick Pterodactylus Facts: - Lived during the Late Jurassic Period - Lived in what is now Europe and Africa - Was about the size of Common Buzzard - Was a Piscivore or Insectivore - Was the first Pterosaurus known to science

Tapejara

Quick Tapejara Facts: - Lived from the Early Cretaceous Period through the Middle Cretaceous Period - Lived in what is now South America - Had the wingspan of a modern-day Albatross - Weighed 4 times as much as an Albatross - Presumed Piscivore but may have been Carnivorous

Hatzegopteryx

Quick Hatzegopteryx Facts: - Lived during the Late Cretaceous Period - Lived in what is now Europe - Lived on Hatzeg Island - Was over 3 times taller than a human male - Had twice the wingspan of a modern Albatross - Was a Carnivore

Rhamphorhynchus

Quick Rhamphorhynchus Facts: - Lived during the Late Jurassic Period - Lived in what is now Europe - Was about the size of a Rock Pigeon - Had a wingspan as big as a yard stick - Grew slowly like a modern alligator - Its favorite fish to eat was Aspidorhynchus - Was a Piscivore

Ornithocheirus

Quick Ornithocheirus Facts: - Lived during the Middle Cretaceous Period - Lived in what is now Europe and South America - Probably weighed as much as 3 eagles - Had a wingspan 3 times greater than a Bald Eagle's wingspan - Was a Piscivore

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