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Brachiosaurus by Sergio Perez


Quick Brachiosaurus Facts: - Their names mean “arm lizards” - They weighed as much 4 elephants - They stood over 2 ½ stories high - They were as long as 2 railroad cars - They lived in North America, Africa and Tanzania
Stegosaurus by Heinrich Harder


Quick Stegosaurus Facts: - Stegosaurus had the brain of a Walnut - Scientists call the Stegosaurus's spiked tail a thagomizer - It swallowed rocks to aid in digesting plant matter - Stegosaurus means “roofed lizard” - This dinosaur's bite was weaker than a human's bite
Diplodocus by Mark A Stevenson


Quick Diplodocus Facts: - Diplodocus means Double Beamed. - Diplodocus weighed the same as a truck (12-13 tons) - This dinosaur's neck and tail consisted of almost 100 vertebrae - One of the slowest moving dinosaurs reaching speeds of around 8 miles per hour - Diplodocus specimens have been found in Colorado, Montana, Utah and Wyoming
Brontosaurus by Jk


Quick Brontosaurus Facts: - The Brontosaurus was a herbivore - Name of this dinosaur means “Thunder Lizard” - The Brontosaurus didn't chew its food - It's believed this dinosaur's tail was used as a weapon - Brontosaurus remains have been found in Utah, Wyoming And Mexico
Spinosaurus by Nobu Tamura


Quick Spinosaurus Facts: - The meaning of Spinosaurus is Spine Lizard - They were the biggest carnivorous dinosaur on Earth - They could weigh as much as 3 elephants - They could stand over 6 stories high - They lived around Egypt and Morocco - They lived during the Cretaceous period
Triceratops by Charlie


Quick Triceratops Facts: - Triceratops were 30 feet long (as long as 3 car links) - Triceratops weighed 12 tons; as much as 2 male elephants - They lived in the parts of Western Canada and U.S - They charged just like Rhinos do when threatened - They were herbivores
Velociraptor by Michael Skrepnick


Quick Velociraptor Facts: - They have hollow bones like a bird - Their name means “swift robber” - They were carnivorous scavengers - They weighed less than an average turkey - They lived around Central Asia and Mongolia

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