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"The Giagantosaurus wasn't very smart. Infact, his brain looked like a withered banana." - firebird

That's brilliant. Can I put it in my sig at Dan's JP3 page?
from Brad, age 14, Woodville, ON, Canada; April 15, 2001


I've never heard of the Scutellosauridae before. Don't tell me that all former fabrosaurids have their own family now! (Alocodontidae?)
from Brad, age 14, Woodville, ON, Canada; April 15, 2001


I am looking for information on Anomoepus where can I find it??
from Timmy T, age 7, Nottingham, NH, U; April 15, 2001


Brad is right, Scutellosaurus is not a nodosaurid or ankylosaur, it was a basal thyrephoran, i.e. the common ancestor of Stegosauria and Ankylosauria.
from Chandler, age ?, ?, ?, ?; April 15, 2001


Can you show me a web page containing Dinosaurs and early mammals?
from Chris M, age 10, Arnold, Mo., North America; April 15, 2001


There, much better Donovan, I'm not tat mean, but that caps typing got the better of me.
from Honkie Tong, age 16, ?, ?, ?; April 15, 2001


How could scutellasaurus have protection unlike the larger Nodosaurus
from DONOVAN R., age 10, ?, SINGAPORE, ?; April 14, 2001


i know Rueben i read your Dino-show-us too! i got the idea of putting Gallimimus in my fanfic as newscarrier from YOUR fic!
from Archaeopteryx, age .7, - - - - -, - - - - - -, - - - - - - -; April 14, 2001


wait! Brad Scutellosaurus was a Scutellosaurid. Whew got it right that time.
from firebird, age ?, ?, ?, ?; April 14, 2001


Brad, Scutellosaurus was an ornithischian dinosaur.
from firebird, age ?, ?, ?, ?; April 14, 2001


Archeaopterix, I was reading Sue's Vacation and was excited when I saw that Galimimus delivered the newspaper. The same dinosaur delivered the newspaper in my Dino-show-us!
from Reuben B., age 8, Needham, MA, USA; April 14, 2001


WHAT DO YOU MEAN TYPING IN CAPS OH THAT CAPS SORRY I'M USED TO IT.how's my typing now? I think perfect
from DONOVAN R., age 10, ?, SIGAPORE, ?; April 14, 2001


anyone love deinonychus or any meateater?
from RascodeSpitz, age ?, ?, ?, ?; April 14, 2001


DONOVAN, WE WOULD ALL APPERCIATE IT IF YOU STOP TYPING IN CAPS. IF YOU DON'T MIND. IT'S KINDA ANNOYING.
from HONKIE TONG, age 16, ?, ?, ?; April 13, 2001


OKAY BRAD YOU WIN ABOUT SCUTTELASAURUS.THE DIFFERENCE FROM PROTOCERATOPS AND KENNERMYIRIA IS THIS KENNERMYIRIA HAD THE TUSKS PROTOCERATOPS DID NOT
from DONOVAN R., age 10, ?, SINGAPORE, ?; April 12, 2001


That's really cool, Brandon! Tell us what it might be after you take it to school. If you give us a more detailed description, I'll try to help identify it too. If your school has a digital camera, like mine does, try ot use it and post your find on Dino Pictures!
from Brad, age 14, Woodville, ON, Canada; April 12, 2001


Only 500? I thought we had more than that from Maiasaura alone. I don't even think that's one individual per species! Only 500 dinosaurs? There must have been billions!
from Brad, age 14, Woodville, ON, Canada; April 12, 2001


Tough one, Garrett. There is no real answer, of course, but I'll guess Allosaurus.
from Brad, age 14, Woodville, ON, Canada; April 12, 2001


Good question, Kathleen. The best place to learn about names is www.dinosauria.com- you can even hear what they should sound like. Here's what I found about Liopleurodon.

Leios = smooth
Pleuron = side
Don = tooth

Don (and Leios and Pleuron too) is actually a Greek word, not Latin.
from Brad, age 14, Woodville, ON, Canada; April 12, 2001


if kentrosaurus and a allosaurus got in a fight who would win?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????
from Garrett, age 8, North Haven, Connecticut, U.S.A; April 12, 2001


Does anyone happen to know what Liopleurodon means? I know that "don" is latin for "tooth", but I have absolutely no idea what "Liopleuro" stands for.
from Kathleen S., age 13, Merrimack, New Hampshire, USA; April 12, 2001


Scutellosaurus was certainly not an nodosaurid! I kind of doubt it was an ankylosaur.
from Brad, age 14, Woodville, ON, Canada; April 12, 2001


CHANDLER COULD RESPOND A LITTLE MORE ABOUT MY TWO MESSAGES.PACHYRHINOSAURUS IS LOUUUSY AND LAME AND I'VE GOT INSULTS SO:PACHYRHINOSAUR HAD A BEAK,SPIKES AND A HEAD THE FRILL IS ALMOST USELESS THE TAIL IS HALF USELESS.SCUTTELLESAURUS WAS THE SMALLEST ANKYLOSAUR AND NODOSAURID.
from DONOVAN R., age 10, ?, SINGAPORE, ?; April 12, 2001


how many dinos were there?

a.100
b.500
c.800
d.400

answer: 500
from megan, age 8, plainfield, in, dffhgfjgcvzxctruyzdszggf; April 11, 2001


Yeah, I found fossils alright!!7,8, 1000! All in one spot!!!
most of em were chunks of dried mud. One, the strangest one,
that is, was a big, rounded rock which had a big, curved bone that looked like a kind of tooth or claw. I am not really sure what kind of dinosaur it is.I'll take it to school next week. Dino-Bye!

from Brandon. K, age 9, Los Angeles, California, USA; April 11, 2001


I'm not so sure about that, Azura. Tyrannosaurid are known only from North America and Asia; so are Ankylosaurids. Other coelurosaur families closely related to the Tyrannosaurs, like Troodontids and Ornithomimids, are known from North America, Asia, and Europe. Close relatives of Ankylosaurids are known from North America, Europe, and Australia.

Iguanodonts have been found almost worldwide, as have Allosaurs. Ceratopids are limited to North America, but cannot be called rare. I'd say the dinosaurs least often found are Therizinosaurids- Asia only, and no complete skeletons that I know of.
from Brad, age 14, Woodville, ON, Canada; April 11, 2001


Kannemeyeria and Protoceratops do look similar overall, but their skulls were quite different.

Here's a Protoceratops skull-

(I'll find a good one to put here later, I have to go now)

And here's a dicynodont skull (I couldn't find a true Kannemeyeria, but this is in the same order)

http://www.kheper.auz.com/gaia/biosphere/vertebrates/therapsida/Emydops_jaw_articulation.gif

There is also over 100 million years separating the two with no possible tranitional forms.

Saltoposuchus was a crocodylomorph, not a dinosaur. (And no dinosaurs evolved from crocodiles!) It was kind of strange for a crocodile, becuase it was small and ran on its hind legs. Some people have suggested that archaeopteryx evolved from small bipedal crocodiles, but I don't think anyone believes that anymore. Saltoposuchus may not have had any descendants at all.
from Brad, age 14, Woodville, ON, Canada; April 11, 2001


Well , the thing about Dinosaurs is : Many Dinosaurs , at least a few, were not like the others. Dinosaurs like "Tyrannosaurus" are known all over the world. Ankylosaurus are much less known.
from Azura, age 7, Miami, Florida, ?; April 10, 2001


oops i meant to say Protoceratops in that last post about my theory...{flips to page 9.}i did get the idea from part two THE FIRST DINOSAURS yeah.
from Archaeopteryx, age 7, ?, ?, ?; April 10, 2001


well Dinosaurs did start out as small creatures. Kannemeyeria and Protoveratops do have similar structure that's how i guessed my theory. they *might've* had similar behavior...but don't think that i'm right on this cause i only go with the information i know and the information i got in an old dinosaur book i found laying on my bookshelf called DINOSAURS. well back to the Protoceratops and other thingie. well that's why i think Protoceratops might've evolved from Kannemeyeria. and i'm trying to think of what MIGHT'VE evolved from Saltoposuchus.
from Archaeopteryx, age 7, ?, ?, ?; April 10, 2001


Masiakosaurus, despite being really cool, still has 0 votes. There are still some extrememly dubious dinosaurs I haven't voted for yet, a bunch of recently named sauropods, and many others.

I'm still a bit confused by the voting page. Tyrannosaurus rex is the only dinosaur with the species name listed. A few taxa above genus level have been included- "raptors", for example. "Longneck" is assumed to mean Apatosaurus for no reason, though- I'd count it as a Sauropoda vote, or most likely just not count it at all.
from Brad, age 14, Woodville, ON, Canada; April 10, 2001
I just added raptors recently because of the increased number of votes that this group began to get. There have been no (or very few) votes for the genus Tyrannosaurus, only the species T. rex, so that's the listing I used (listing Tyrannosaurus and not T. rex would also confuse the younger voters). As to "long neck" - I don't like to throw away votes. If I had to do it over again, I would give it a separate listing as "long neck" (and I still might someday, when I have the time). JC


Post more details about your Kannemeyeria/Protoceratops theory. It's always good to hear some fresh new ideas.
from Brad, age 14, Woodville, ON, Canada; April 10, 2001


One hundred million years ago, give or take a few, a Seismosaurus was swallowing some stones. Like birds, sauropods used gizzard stones to masticate their food. This particular beastie swallowed a stone that was too large and choked to death.
Swallowing a stone that's too big is not too bright. Leaving your remains around for one hundred million years for paleontologists to figure out exactly how stupid you were deserves the prize.

from Emar, age ?, ?, ?, ?; April 10, 2001


can we stop talking about voting? oh and i'm NOT voting for Scuttelosaurus! i already voted for Kentrosaurus.^_^ok i think i'll start my thing not about voting or pioson spitting and defense from the other board. so about my Protoceratops theory of it evolving from Kannemeyeria...
from Archaeopteryx, age 7, ?, ?, ?; April 10, 2001


Kokuru or whatever...that has only 2 votes. anyone know a Dinosaur that go 0 votes cause i was only in the voting section to vote. well, and to see how many votes Kentrosaurus, "my Dinosaur",had sofar. or n/m i'm going back to the voting section anyway. by the way why did we even start this whole voting topic?
from Archaeopteryx, age 7, ?, ?, ?; April 10, 2001


I shall refrain from engaging in your childish form of dino bashing to show I'm nto at your level. T.Rex sits secure in the knowledge that it's still the top (go look at the voting page) apparently, the fact your name is Spudhead shows the level of your intelligence.
from Trex fan, age ?, ?, ?, ?; April 10, 2001


Nobody likes Scutellosaurus, nobody with a brain that is. The fact that Scutellosaurus has 3 votes proves sadly that some people apparently don't have one.
from ?, age ?, ?, ?, ?; April 9, 2001


Nobody will ever vote for Scutellosaurus! It only has a pathetic 3 votes! Why? Because Scutellosaurus is lame and puny. Now stop annoying us with your flea-tatics Scutellosaurus fans! Can Scutellosaurus ever amount to anything? No. We don't have to tell people to vote for the immortal Tyrannosaurus Rex. And unlike what it says in Mike's stories, in real life, Tyrannosaurus Rex will open a fresh can of Whupp Arse (tm) everytime on the small and lame Scutellosaurus.
from Emar, age ?, ?, ?, ?; April 9, 2001


I've changed my fav meat-eater. The king of the dinosaurs in NOT THE STUPID T-REX! The king of the Dinosaurs SHOULD be ALLOSAURUS! HE RULES! HE COULD KILL A T-REX ANY DAY! My fav plant-eater in still Pachycephalosaurus. ^_^ ANYWAY, I VOTE FOR ALLOSAURUS! YOU HAVE BEEN SELECTED TO THE WORLD'S GREATEST DINO MATCH EVER! ALLOSAURUS vs. T-REX. OH! AL HAS JUST LAUNCHED HIMSELF AT REX. BUT REX IS TO STUPID TO MOVE. AND AL HAD JUST BITTEN REXES THOUGHT OUT! AND REX GOES DOWN! AL IS THE VICTOR! YEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHH! YAHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! OK, i'm fine now. All i'm saying is that T-REX &**#$%.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
from Spudhead K., age ?, Afton, ?, ?; April 9, 2001


Did we mention Scutellosaurus is running for Prez?
from Mike & Scutellosaurus, age 11 & ?, ?, ?, USA; April 9, 2001


Vote for Scutellosaurus!!!!!!
from Mike & Scutellosaurus, age 11 & ?, ?, ?, USA; April 9, 2001


Icthyosaurs...Icthyosaurs...urica! your right, Brad.
from BlackWarGreymon, age 9, ?, ?, ?; April 9, 2001


Eurhinosaurus is an icthyosaur, IIRC.
from Brad, age 14, Woodville, ON, Canada; April 8, 2001


oh bah i got info no one needs it what am i soppossed to do with all this info? i got no one to give my info to...anyone need more info!!?!
from BlackWarGreymon, age 9, ?, ?, ?; April 8, 2001


i know usually say my city and blah blah blah but that gets so annoying!!! besides what are we talking about!!?! i just don't get what's sopossed to be going on if i dont know the topic of what this is all about!!! aiaiai mummamia! heh heh...does anyone have any idea what an Eurhinosaurus is sopposses to be?
from BlackWarGreymon, age 9, ?, ?, ?; April 8, 2001


...i think i posted at the wrong time period...or does it still say April 8, 2001? this is all very confusing with my comp...
from BlackWarGreymon, age 9, Allamuchy, N.J., USA; April 8, 2001


All I know about dicynodonts is what I read in "Dinosaur Worlds" by Don Lessem. But they're cool-looking animals with weird mixture of mammal and lizard-like features.
from Chandler, age ?, ?, ?, ?; April 8, 2001


YOU KNOW CHANDLER I LIKE FACTS ON DINO DEFENSE OR NON DINO.PLACODUS WAS PERHAPS DEFENSELESS BUT IT WAS SO SLOW MAYBE ITS TAIL COULD SLAP ITS ENEMIES BACK THEN EORAPTOR AND HERRERESAURUS WERE ALSO THE FIRST PREADATORS.DICYNODONTS WEREN'T FAST THEY WERE SLOW ANIMALS.PLACODU'S TEETH WERE EXTREMLY RARELY FOR DEFENSE BUT COMMON FOR EATING SHELL FISH
from ?, age ?, ?, ?, ?; April 7, 2001


YES,I SUPPOSE YOUR RIGHT CHANDLER. YOU KNOW I THINK THE BIGGEST DICYNODONT WAS EITHER KENNERMEYERIA OR PLACERIAS.KENNERMEYIRIA WAS IN FACT FATTER OR AS FAT AS THE NILE HIPPO.AND THIS ANIMAL DICYNODON WAS NEARLY THE SAME AS LYSTROSAURUS.I THINK DICYNODONTIDS USED THEIR TUSKS FOR DEFENSE BECAUSE THEY HAD NO OTHER DEFENSE.THEY MIGHT HAVE USE THEIR TUSKS FOR FIGHTING OTHER MALE
from DONOVAN R., age 10, ?, SINGAPORE, ?; April 7, 2001


I'm Scutellosaurus! Listen to Mike!!! Rex escaped from prison for trying to take over the world! He is currently in Seattle, Washington! Please Help! That is all.
from Scutellosaurus, age ?, 200,000,000, B.C., ?, ?; April 7, 2001


No one likes Scutellosaurus, Do they??? I hope i'm not his ONLY nuclear-crazy fan.
from Mike, age 11, ?, ?, USA; April 7, 2001


do you have ankulsouis fosls? love hayley.
from hayley r., age 7, Edina, mn, M.; April 7, 2001


Hi guys. I have been gone for a while because I went to Washington D.C. it was really fun. I especially liked going to the Natural Musuem of Natural History. I had been there once before, but this time I really noticed their fossils, and was especially impressed by their dinosaurs. They hed many cool fossil dinosaurs, including:
*Diploducus
*Camptosaurus (adult and baby)
*Stegosaurus (2)
*Ceratosaurus
*Allosaurus
*Tyrannosaurus (cast)
*Triceratops (skeleton is under renovation, but skull on display)
*Diceratops (skull)
*Camarasaurus (sub-adult)
*Gorgosaurus (labeled Albertosaurus)
*Edmontosaurus
and many others. I've gotta go now, be back soon.

from Russell P, age ?, Seattle, WA, USA; April 7, 2001


Let there be a Simple version of the printout dinosaur (Carnatorus).
from Avery L., age 8, Arnold, Maryland, U.S.A; April 7, 2001


Deinoychus has a big claw on each foot on the second toe!
from Ariel V S, age 7, Lake Oroin, Michigan, North America; April 6, 2001


That is a good theory about Lystrosaurus' tusks, Donovan. I also heard that they could be used to dig up food.
from Chandler, age ?, ?, ?, ?; April 6, 2001


HMMM DID LYSTROSAURUS USE IT'S TUSKS TO FIGHT?LIKE A HIPPO
from DONOVAN R., age 10, ?, SINGAPORE, ?; April 6, 2001


Leaellynasaura is one of the coolest ornithopods. I also like Minmi, Rapator, and Kakuru (all from Australia). Muttaburrasaurus is okay, and dwarf allosaurs are cool too.
from Chandler, age ?, ?, ?, ?; April 6, 2001


Hi erveryone.i know hundreds of dinosaurs.i love them sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo much.ive figgured out that a stegosaurus had the brain the size of 4-5 walnuts walnutbrained website.
from austin, age 7, lewis center, ohio, USA; April 6, 2001


I want a buddy that LIKES LEALLYNASAURA AND ALL THE OTHER AUSTRALIAN DINOSAURS BECAUSE I HATE TYRANNOSAURUS
from Meagan K, age 9, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia; April 6, 2001


Speaking of pitting dinosaurs against each other, I think that's some kind of dino grude match going on in the voting page between T.Rex and the raptors (again!) check it out, some of the comments are really funny.
from Honkie Tong, age 16, ?, ?, ?; April 4, 2001


Yea it's like a Vampire. As a praticle joke my brother dressed it up in vampire clothes.
from firebird, age ?, ?, ?, ?; April 4, 2001


The Tanystropheus isn't unreleased, I have it (but it's lost right now..) It's really weird though, it has weird vampire-teeth.
from Chandler, age ?, ?, ?, ?; April 4, 2001


Brad, add Troodon to your list. Although way too big and not looking like Troodon, a dinosaur called Troodon was featured in the JP:TLW Genesis game, which is a very good game despite its messed up Troodon. hehe.
from Chandler, age ?, ?, ?, ?; April 4, 2001


Giganotosaurus and Carcharodontosaurus' skulls are quite heavy, though not as much as Tyrannosaurus. They still needed strong skulls because they were active at hunting as well, although they used tactics similar to Allosaurus (use claws and teeth to make bleeding wounds that perhaps slowly killed prey) and Tyrannosaurus used only its mouth to make huge gashes that perhaps killed prey more quickly.
from Chandler, age ?, ?, ?, ?; April 4, 2001


I think that Dreamworks claims that the sauropod in TLW is Mamenchisaurus, so that's what they probably meant it to be.
from Chandler, age ?, ?, ?, ?; April 4, 2001


Hello people!
I just wanted to add my two cents in the Spinosaurus vs. Giganatosaurus vs. Tyrannosaurus battle. Well, I am now biaised but, I think Tyrannosaurus would win both fights. I am not talking about the physical fights, but I am talking about size and the biomechanics of all three animals. The reason why Tyrannosuaurs is more advanced is the skull is built for power. The massive skull of Sue the T-rex shows the epitome of a carnivore, whereas the skulls of Spinosaurus and Giganotosaurus are lightly built and relatively thin in comparison. What the media and the scientific journals don't tell the public, is Sue is actually larger than both the latter. There is another fact that people rarely know about is Tyrannosaurus Rex as a species has a feature no another dinosaur has is, that its snout is pinched in from its skull, giving us a hint that the animal may have had stereoscopic vision. Tyrannosaurus is the only dinosaur with both its eye sockets side by side and facing forward, whi! le Spinosaurus and Gigonatosaurus have both thier eye sockets on the sides of thier skulls, facing outward, giving us another hint that they did not see in 3-D and they had to cock thier heads side ways, like modern day birds to see what's on the ground. The same goes for Charcharodontosaurs. That is my main gripe. Overall, I love dinosaurs together, I hope all of you enjoy them as much as I do!! Thank you and God bless you all!!
Sincerely,
Kevin

from Kevin M., age 25, Jemez Pueblo, New Mexico, United States; April 4, 2001


I would like to know a lot about the Dinousaur Diplodocus.
from Daniel D, age 10, Bedminster, New Jersey, USA; April 4, 2001


Did dinosaurs lay on their eggs in their nest?
from Rachael S, age 8, Decatur, TX, USA; April 3, 2001


Dimetdon had a sail on it's back for absorbing heat from the sun.
from Kevin B., age 8, Oak Creek, Wisconsin, U.S.A; April 3, 2001


Hey Brad! Glad to see you made it to Dan's jp3 page!
from firebird, age ?, ?, ?, ?; April 3, 2001


_UPDATED!_

Just how many dinosaurs were in Jurassic Park? I'm making a list of all animals mentioned in any Jurassic Park product, whether it be a novel, movie, comic book, game, action figure, or anything else that appears. There seems to be an unreasonably large number of genera. Let have anything Jurassic Park, The Lost World, or JP/// with other dinosaurs!

Allosaurus (Action figure)
Amargaspinus (Action figure. Amargasaurus-Spinosaurus hybrid.)
Ankylonodon? (Action figure. Ankylosauurs-Pteranodon hybrid.)
Ankylosaurus (Collectible miniature statue, also rumoured for JP///)
Apatosaurus
Avimimus (Comic book. RTJP #5)
Baryonyx (Action figure.)
Brachiosaurus
Carnotaurus
Cearadactylus
Ceratosaurus (Diecast.)
Chasmosaurus (Action figure.)
Coelophysis (Action figure.)
Compstegnathus (Action figure. Compsognathus-Stegosaurus hybrid.)
Compsognathus
Dilophosaurus
Dimetrodon (Action figure.)
Elaphrosaurus (Comic book. RTJP #6.)
Elasmosaurus (Diecast.)
Estemmenosuchus (Action figure. Rare/unreleased.)
Euoplocephalus (Dinosaur list, novel.)
Gallimimus
Hadrosaurus (Novel)
Hypsilophodon (Novel)
Icthyosaurus (Gameboy game.)
Iguanodon (Diecast.)
Leallynasaura (Comic book, RTJP #5-6. Modified for higher intelligence.)
Lycaenops (Action figure. Rare/unreleased.)
Maiasaura
Metricanthosaurus (Printed on DNA tube stolen by Nedry.)
Microceratops
Ornithosuchus (Action figure.)
Othnielia
Ouranosaurus (Comic book, RTJP #8.)
Oviraptor (SNES JP2 game.)
Pachycephalosaurus
Parasaurolophus
Permian animal, blue/black. (Action figure, unreleased.)
Procompsognathus
Pteranodon
Pterodactyloid, modified. (Comic book, RTJP #5)
Quetzalcoatlus (Action figure. Possibly unreleased.)
Scutosaurus (Action figure. Rare/unreleased.)
Spinosaurus
Stegosaurus
Styracosaurus (Dinosaur list in novel.)
Tanaconda (Action figure. Tanystropheus-Anaconda hybrid.)
Tanystropheus (Action figure. Possibly unreleased.)
Triceratops
Tyrannops (Action figure. Lycaenops-Tyrannosaurus hybrid.)
Tyrannosaurus
Utahraptor (?Unreleased action figure.)
Velocirapteryx (Action figure. Archaeopteryx-Velociraptor hybrid.)
Velociraptor

What was the sauropod in The Lost World (movie)?
from ?, age ?, ?, ?, ?; April 3, 2001


I didn't mean they'd physically "fight" for it, I meant that a carcass is the only thing they would be competing for food-wise. Sorry, I should have been more clear.
from Chandler, age ?, ?, ?, ?; April 2, 2001


Fight over a carcass? I don't consider that a great possibility given the fact that Carcharodontosaurus could easily drive Spinosaurus away from a carcass. Believe me, I don't think it would be in Spinosaurus' best intrests to argue with Carcharodontosaurus over food. It was simply not strong enough to put up a good fight.
from Honkie Tong, age 16, ?, ?, ?; April 1, 2001


I love dinosaurs on mars we have been studing you "dinosaurs". we have even been trying to find fossils on Mars! it is very exciting.
from ??????, age 129, ????, Mars, United Republic of Mars; April 1, 2001


Just how many dinosaurs were in Jurassic Park? I'm making a list of all animals mentioned in any Jurassic Park product, whether it be a novel, movie, comic book, game, action figure, or anything else that appears. There seems to be an unreasonably large number of genera. Let me know if you have anything Jurassic Park, The Lost World, or JP/// with other dinosaurs!

Allosaurus (Action figure)
Amargaspinus (Action figure. Amargasaurus-Spinosaurus hybrid.)
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Apatosaurus
Baryonyx (Action figure.)
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Carnotaurus
Cearadactylus
Ceratopsid, modified for small size (Comic book, RTJP #5)
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Dilophosaurus
Dimetrodon (Action figure.)
Estemmenosuchus (Action figure. Rare/unreleased.)
Euoplocephalus (Dinosaur list, novel.)
Gallimimus
Hadrosaurus (Novel)
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Icthyosaurus (Gameboy game.)
Leallynasaura (Comic book, RTJP #5-6. Modified for higher intelligence.)
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Maiasaura
Metricanthosaurus (Printed on DNA tube stolen by Nedry.)
Microceratops
Ornithosuchus (Action figure.)
Othnielia
Ouranosaurus (Comic book, RTJP #8.)
Pachycephalosaurus
Parasaurolophus
Permian animal, blue/black. (Action figure, unreleased.)
Procompsognathus
Pteranodon
Pterosaur, modified. (Comic book, RTJP #5)
Quetzalcoatlus (Action figure. Possibly unreleased.)
Scutosaurus (Action figure. Rare/unreleased.)
Spinosaurus
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Styracosaurus (Dinosaur list in novel.)
Tanaconda (Action figure. Tanystropheus-Anaconda hybrid.)
Tanystropheus (Action figure. Possibly unreleased.)
Triceratops
Tyrannops (Action figure. Lycaenops-Tyrannosaurus hybrid.)
Tyrannosaurus
Utahraptor (?Unreleased action figure.)
Velocirapteryx (Action figure. Archaeopteryx-Velociraptor hybrid.)
Velociraptor

from Brad, age 14, Woodville, ON, Canada; April 1, 2001


Well, what I was saying is that they didn't compete with each other for food... Maybe a fight could ensue over an already-dead carcass, but that's all they might have competed for.
from Chandler, age ?, ?, ?, ?; April 1, 2001


DINOSAURS AREN'T FOR BABYS OR STUPID BABYS DON'T EVEN KNOW DINOSAUR NAMES,DINOSAURS ARE PLAIN ANIMALS.BY THE WAY IS THE MALE MIASAURA CALLED GOOD FATHER LIZARD?OH AND I WAS ON VACATION LAST WEEK
from DONOVAN R., age 10, ?, SINGAPORE, ?; April 1, 2001


Woops...got my age wrong....

Anyway, I don't think Spinosaurus would have competed with Carcharodontosaurus in terms of ecological niche. Carcharodontosaurus would have easily kicked Spinosaurus' butt anytime. Besides, I always figured Spinosaurus for a big time fisher/scavenger than a hunter.
from Leonard, age 13, ?, ?, ?; April 1, 2001


Ha? What's new? Spinosaurus is another dinosaur to be sadly misconcepted by the incredibily entertaining but yet inaccucrate JP series. Well, at least they didn't bungle Spinosaurus like the Velociraptors...instead of getting the dimentions wrong by 400 percent oversize, they only got it wrong by about 40 to 50 percent this time round... still, this kinda makes me wonder what they were thinking when they made the movie...
from Leonard, age 12, ?, ?, ?; April 1, 2001


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