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|What does the word dinosaur mean?
What does saurus mean?,
What does deinos mean?
What color were the dinosaurs?
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|How many dinosaurs were there?|
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|How many teeth did T. rex have (and how big were they)?||What is the oldest dinosaur ever found?||What was the first dinosaur ever found?||
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|How do you know what the enemies of a dinosaur were?||What kind of habitats did the dinosaurs live in?|
A: Dimetrodon was a sail-backed, meat-eating pelycosaur (it was not a dinosaur) that lived during the Permian period, before the dinosaurs evolved. For information on Dimetrodon, click here.
A: Giganotosaurus had a slight bony bump near each eye. For a nice photo of the skull of Giganotosaurus (from the Dinosauricon), click here.
A: No - about 5 partial skulls have been found plus some limb material, shoulder parts, toes, some ribs and vertebrae.
A: Dinosaurs were around 200,000,000 years ago.
A: I don't know.
A: Velociraptors had a sickle-shaped claw on each foot.
A: The woolly mammoth, M. primigenius, lived during late Pleistocene (from about 120,000 to 4,000 years ago). For information on the woolly mammoth, click here.
A: For information on bottle-nose dolphins, click here.
A: Click here for a page on dinosaur names.
A: Being large can help you defend yourself against predators, can help you obtain prey, can conserve heat, may sometimes help in attracting a mate, and may help in getting a superior social position (this is true for some social animals). There are also drawbacks to being big, especially the need to eat so much. It isn't known exactly why some of the dinosaur got so big.
A: Dinosaur genera that have been named in 2001 include: Aucasaurus (Chiappe and Dingus, [nomen nudum]), Draconyx (Mateus and Antunes), Eotyrannus (Hutt, Naish, Martill, Barker and Newberry), Losillasaurus (Casanovas, Santafe and Sanz), Masiakasaurus (Sampson, Carrano and Forster), Paralititan (J. B. Smith, Lamanna, Lacovara, Dodson, J. R. Smith, Poole, Giegengack and Attia), Saltriosaurus (Dal Sasso [nomen nudum]), Citipati, Khaan, Planicoxa, Venenosaurus, Quilmesaurus, Bienosaurus, and Ruehleia.
A: T. rex was up to about 40 feet (12.4 m) long and about 15 to 20 feet (4.6 to 6 m) tall.
Yes. For information on Spinosaurus, click here.
A: An Acrocanthosaurus (a large, meat-eating dinosaur) was found in Broken Bow, Oklahoma (this was the most complete Acrocanthosaurus found so far). This beautiful specimen is now at the North Carolina Museum of Natural History in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Paleontologists study fossils, including dinosaurs.
A: Estimates of megalodon's length vary quite a bit - it was about 40 feet (12 m) long or perhaps even more. It probably looked a lot like a huge, streamlined great white shark. For a page on megalodon, click here.
A: No, the blue whale is more massive (it weighs more) than any dinosaur, but many sauropod dinosaurs were longer that its 100 ft length.
A: Unfortunately, no Megaraptor thigh bones (femurs) from have been found yet. Only claws, an arm bone, some foot bones, and finger bones have been found.
A: Aegyptosaurus, Bahariasaurus, Carcharodontosaurus, Dicraeosaurus, Erectopus, Majungasaurus, Paralititan, and Spinosaurus were found in Europe. For other African dinosaur finds, click here.
A: Monoclonius was about 16.5 feet (5 m) long.
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