The word dinosaur comes from the Greek language and means ‘terrible lizard’. The word was coined by English paleontologist Richard Owen in 1842 and was meant to refer to Dinosaurs impressive size rather than their scary appearance.
Today in the Dinosaur club we are gonna talk about the Triceratops. The Triceratops had a neck plate at the rear part of the skull pointed backward, to form a protective ... "Three Horned Face" I hoped you like part 5 of Dinosaur club talk Part 5
Today in the Dinosaur Club we're gonna talk about Dinosaur called Suchomimus. The spinal bones on the back supported a bump similar to a camel's. they were ... fish, and probably also for swimming. I hope you liked part3 of Dinosaur Club Talk
I'm honored to be the first guest post in the Dinosaur Club. Today we will talk about Elasmosaurus. You pronounce it as "ee-lazmo-saw-rus" Elasmosaurs lived during ... neck with just 40 vertebrae. It is actually a big discovery in the dinosaur world.
Today in the Dinosaur Club I'm gonna talk about a Dinosaur called Pachycephalosaurus . The Pachycephalosaurus had a very big skull, the skull was attached to ... wich has led some scientist to believe that these Dinosaurs fought each other sideways.
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In Bastus, Spain, an estimation of 300,000 sauropod eggs the size of a melon laid 70 million years ago in a beach were were discovered. It is believed that these ... by many years of wind and water. Dinosaur fossils can be found inside these rocks.
More than 20 species of dinosaur have been exacavated in Portugal. They lived from the Middle Jurassic from the Late Cretaceous. But here are some of them: ... plants, twigs, and branches and lived in the temperate forests of the Jurassic.
Approximately 225 million years ago in the Late Triassic, Europe had it's first dinosaurs. During this time, Europe was at the North edge of the supercontinent ... (early lizard-hipped dinosaur) with strong legs who lived in France and Germany.
Fossils from the Cretaceous have been excavated in Araripe Basin in Brazil. During the Cretaceous, South America was close to Africa. As the two continents moved away ... Araripe Basin is home to fertile soil, short thorny trees, cacti, and grass.
Approximately 110 million years ago, Utah and Colorado were a floodplain with damp and arid seasons. After heavy precipitation, the rivers would swell and burst water ... turned them into the beautiful canyons, pinnacles, and arches we see today.
Some of the oldest dinosaurs who ever lived can be found in Ischigualasto National Park in northwest Argentina, a.k.a Valley of the Moon. It is a deposit of ... an agile carnivorous dinosaur with a long tail, sharp claws, and numerous small teeth.
In New Mexico, there is a fossil quarry that contains numerous specimens of Coelophysis, which is a small, thin dinosaur with a long neck who lived in the late ... , discovered more than 500 Coelophysis specimens while he was at Ghost Ranch in 1947.
Dinosaur Provinical Park is located on the shores of Red Deer River in Alberta, Canada and is south of Wardlow. In 1910, a farmer discovered dinosaur bones on his ... may have used the numerous nasal passages in it's crest to create sound waves.
First there was bacterium (microscopic fluid satchets made up of sugar, fat, protein, and DNA shielded by a cell membrane), then there were fish that got lungs and ... quick predator. Thecodontosaurus, a 7 foot (2.1 meter) dinosaur who ate plants.
The Jurassic brought change in climate because of the splitting of the continents. Ice sheets disappeared and precipitation rates increased. The deserts shrank and as a result, a ... with long flippers that grew at up to 50 feet or 15 meters long.
The Cretaceous shared the warmth and dampness found in the Jurassic. As old dinosaurs and reptiles faced extinction, new dinosaurs and reptiles evolved. Sauropods became less ... , who had fat, bony spikes and a weighty tail resembling a club.