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Mapusaurus by Jk

Mapusaurus

Quick Mapusaurus Facts: - Weighed as much as a Hippopotamus - Was as long as a Whale Shark - Was over a story high - Was as fast as a White Tailed Deer - Lived in South America
Cryolophosaurus by Melissa Frankford

Cryolophosaurus

Quick Cryolophosaurus Facts: - Weighed a little more than a Polar Bear - Was 2 car lengths long - Ran as fast as an African Elephant - May have had feathers - Lived in what is now Antarctica - Was a carnivore - Has been called “Elvisaurus”
Maiasaura by Alain Beneteau

Maiasaura

Quick Maiasaura Facts: - Was as fast as an African Elephant - Was 3 car links long - Needed as much food as an Asian Elephant - Needed 50 gallons of water a day - Weighed as much as a Hippopotamus
Megaraptor by Fine Art

Megaraptor

Quick Megaraptor Facts: - It weighed as much as a Black Rhinoceros - Was 2 car lengths long - It could run as fast as an ostrich - May have hunted in packs - Lived in South America
Yutyrannus by Nobu Tamura

Yutyrannus

Quick Yutyrannus Facts: - Could run as fast as a T- Rex - Was 3 car links long - Weighed as much as a Hippopotamus - Lived in what is now Asia - It's name means “feathered tyrant”
Plateosaurus by Mohamad Haghani

Plateosaurus

Quick Plateosaurus Facts: - Was about 2 car lengths long - Weighed as much as a small cow - Could run as fast as a greyhound - Its name means “flat lizard” - It was an herbivore
Supersaurus by Vladimir Nikolov

Supersaurus

Quick Supersaurus Facts: - Supersaurus was 5 stories tall - It was 14 car links long - Weighed as much as 5 African Elephants - Its neck was as long as a Tyrannosaurus Rex - May have “cracked” its tail like a whip - Lived in North America
Daspletosaurus by Frank Lode

Daspletosaurus

Quick Daspletosaurus Facts: - Weighed as much as an Asian Elephant - Was 3 car lengths long - Was a story high - Had 72 razor sharp teeth - Lived in North America - Had a top speed of a pig—about 15 MPH - Was half as fast as a Albertosaurus or Gorgosaurus
Camarasaurus by Jk

Camarasaurus

Quick Camarasaurus Facts: - Lived to the age of 26 years old - Weighed as much as 4 African Elephants - Could be as long as 6 car links - May have traveled in large herds - May have had clutches of eggs
Eoraptor by Anthony

Eoraptor

Quick Eoraptor Facts: - Eoraptor was about the size of a beagle - Lived in South America - Could run as fast as a rabbit - Just a little bit taller than a chicken - Was about 3 pounds heavier than a modern turkey
Corythosaurus by Vlad Konstantinov

Corythosaurus

Quick Corythosaurus Facts: - Weighed as much as an African Elephant - Was 3 car links long - May have had webbed feet - May have ran over 30 MPH - May have been semi-aquatic
Amargasaurus by Nobu Tamura

Amargasaurus

Quick Amargasaurus Facts: - Was 3 car lengths long - Weighed as much as 2 White Rhinoceroses - Lived to be about 100 years old - Could run up to 31 MPH—same as a rhino! - Lived in South America
Gigantoraptor by SameerPrehistorica

Gigantoraptor

Quick Gigantoraptor Facts: - Was over 2 car links long - Weighed as much as a Hippopotamus - Had hollow bones like a bird - Gigantoraptor means “Giant Thief” - May have moved like a giant chicken
Amphicoelias by Jk

Amphicoelias

Quick Amphicoelias Facts: - Weighed as much as 20 African Elephants - Lived in what is now North America - Was Twice the length of a Blue Whale - Weighed 1400 times the average human - Probably could only walk 5 MPH or less
Seismosaurus by Jk

Seismosaurus

Quick Seismosaurus Facts: - Weighed as much as 3 trucks - Seismosaurus was found in New Mexico - May just be a large Diplodocus - Was the length of 2 bowling lanes put together - Was almost 2 stories high
Pachyrhinosaurus by Lynus

Pachyrhinosaurus

Quick Pachyrhinosaurus Facts: - May have run as fast as 20 MPH - Lived in parts of Canada and Alaska - Its name means “thick nosed lizard” -3 species of this dinosaur have been discovered - Weighed as much as a Black Rhinoceros
Styracosaurus by Steven Davis

Styracosaurus

Quick Styracosaurus Facts: - May have run faster than an Elephant - Weighed as much as a Black Rhinoceros - Was an herbivore - Styracosaurus means “spiked lizard” - It lived in what is now North America
Protoceratops by Vlad Konstantinov

Protoceratops

Quick Protoceratops Facts: - Protoceratops was an herbivore - Found in parts of Mongolia and North America - Its ancestors probably walked on two legs - Its name means “First Horned Face” - It was about the size of a large hog
Torosaurus by Martin Garratt

Torosaurus

Quick Torosaurus Facts: - Probably lived near the coast of North America - Was a plant eater or herbivore - Life size statue of this dinosaur is at the Peabody Museum of Natural History - Fossils of Torosaurus have been found in Wyoming - Their bony frills had big holes in them
Coelophysis by Camus Altamirano

Coelophysis

Quick Coelophysis Facts: - Coelophysis had hollow bones - They had wishbones - Their name means “hollow form” - They may have hunted in packs - Lived in New Mexico and Arizona - Had very large eyes - Lived off of a diet of archosaurs and carrion

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