There are so many terrific dinosaurs, like Spinosaurus, Velociraptor, and Tyrannosaurus rex, to name a few. Did you know that Spinosaurus had a spiny sail on its back? Do you know why? And what about Velociraptors? They may have had feathers but not for flying! How can that be? Since no one has ever really seen dinosaurs before, how do we even know what they looked like?
Read along in this story to learn these things and more about what makes dinosaurs so terrific. Which dinosaur is your favorite?
Dinosaurs can do so many terrific things, like this spiny dino! Watch how this huge Spinosaurus makes himself even bigger!
Diving dinos! Look at these diving dinosaurs, out to catch some fish.
Roaring dino! Here’s the fiercest dinosaur of them all—Tyrannosaurus rex.
Veggiesaurus! These dinos may look scary, but don’t worry . . . they only eat plants!
Monster mouths! All of these dinos had sharp teeth or beaks—mostly for tearing meat!
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