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Velociraptor Questions and Answers

Q: What sound does a velociraptor make?
from John K, Easley, South Carolina, South Carolina; June 17, 2001

A: No one knows.



Q: I have read that velociraptor was 3 ft. tall. But I also have read in a different book that it was 6 ft. tall. Which one is acurate?
from Max S., Newburyport, Mass., USA; June 11, 2001

A: Velociraptor was about 6 feet long and about 3 feet tall.



Q: what does the name Velocirptor mean
from ?, ?, ?, ?; May 3, 2001

A: Veliciraptor means "speedy thief." For more information on Velociraptor, click here.



Q: How long were the Velociraptor's claws?
from Jane W, Spruce Grove, Alberta, Canada; April 16, 2001

A: Velociraptor's middle toe claws were 3.5 inch (9 cm) long.



Q: How fast did the velociraptor run?
from kyle d., cincinnati, oh., u.s.; February 12, 2001

A: Velociraptor may have been able to run up to roughly 40 mph (60 km/hr) for short bursts.



Q: VELOCIRAPTOR: Where do they sleep and for how many hours a day?
from ?, ?, ?, ?; January 10, 2001

A: No one knows. For information on Velociraptor, click here.



Q: Is there really a dinosaur named Raptor.
from Westy M., Altoona, P.A, Blair; May 9, 2000

A: No, but people have used raptor as a nickname for the dromaeosaurids (or deinonychosaurs, depending on the classification scheme used). These sickle-clawed, advanced theropods included Deinonychus, Velociraptor, Utahraptor, Pyroraptor, Variraptor, etc.



Q: VELOCIRAPTOR: Where did they live?
from ?, ?, ?, ?; January 3, 2001

A: Velociraptor fossils have been found in Mongolia, Russia, and China.



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