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SpinosaurusQ: Was there really a dinosaur named Spinosarus
from Taylor E., Medford, Oregon, Unitated States; July 10, 2001

A: Yes. For information on Spinosaurus, click here.



Q: Where was Spinosaurus aegyptiacus found?
from Bryan H, ?, PA, USA; July 15, 2001

A: Spinosaurus was found in the Baharija Formation, Marsa Matruh, Egypt.



Q: were dinasours ever found in egypt /
from salwa, ?, ?, ?; July 4, 2001

A: Aegyptosaurus, Bahariasaurus, Carcharodontosaurus, Dicraeosaurus, Erectopus, Majungasaurus, Paralititan, and Spinosaurus were found in Europe. For other African dinosaur finds, click here.



Q: Name All The Meat Eating Dinosaurs Larger Than T-Rex.
from euoplacephulas, Alta, CA, USA; June 23, 2001

A: That's hard to do, because most of the fossils are incomplete and for most, only one fossil has been found, making any sweeping generalizations about size seem silly (you don't know if that particular dinosaur was big, average, or small). The biggest theropods include T. rex, Spinosaurus, Carcharodontosaurus, Bahariasaurus, Giganotosaurus, Acrocanthosaurus, Epanterias, Allosaurus, Torvosaurus, etc.



Spinosaurus toothQ: How did spinosaurus defend itself?
from jarrod h, ashland, oregon, u.s; May 2, 2001

A: Spinosaurus had long, sharp teeth, powerful jaws, and clawed limbs.



Q: Do you have any information on the sail back dinasaur?
from susan b, waterlooville, hampshire, england; April 25, 2001

A: There were many dinoasaurs that may have had a "sail" on their back, including Spinosaurus, Ouranosaurus, Acrocanthosaurus, and others. Dimetrodon was a sail-backed pelycosaur (not a dinosaur) that lived before the dinosaurs evolved.



Q: I am working on a school project and need to know where the spinosaurus ate, slept and lived? Please help soon! I've had no luck finding the information and the project is due to two days! Thanks so much!
from Kennedy W., Ashland, Ky., USA; February 26, 2001

A: It probably ate where it found and killed its prey. No one knows anything about its sleeping habits. Spinosaurus lived in what is now northern Africa. For where it lived, click here.



Q: My son, who is in 2nd grade, has to do a report on a dinosaur. He has chosen the Spinosaurus. I printed you information sheet, but we also need information about how they cared for their babies, how they fought, how they captured their food and things like that. Can you help?
from Alice S, Etters, PA, USA; January 25, 2001

A: For most dinosaurs, including Spinosaurus, that information is not known. Only a few, incomplete Spinosaurus fossils have been found, and that tells you nothing about how (or if) they cared for their young. As to how they fought and caught their food, it's a matter of conjecture. They probably used their sharp teeth and clawed arms (and/or legs).



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