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By Peter Dodson

ISBN-10: 1590192583

ISBN-13: 9781590192580

Here are twenty-six dinosaurs as they've got by no means been noticeable earlier than. Dramatic work and engaging new details supply younger dinosaur fans with the most recent proof approximately ordinary dinosaurs reminiscent of Maiasaura, Stegosaurus, and Tyrannosaurus rex, and introduces newly found creatures similar to Quaesitosaurus, Riojasaurus, Xenotarsosaurus, and Zephyrosaurus. working, combating, leaping, slashing, nesting, and sleeping--these are the dinosaurs in all their glory.

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They brought food to their babies and protected them until they were big enough to leave the nest. Maiasaura was a hadrosaur, which is a group of dinosaurs that had flat beaks. ” N anotyrannus was a smallsize cousin to Tyrannosaurus rex. It was a meat eater and an excellent hunter. Nanotyrannus had lots of sharp teeth and excellent vision. These helped make it a dangerous hunter. O viraptor fossils have been found near ancient seashores. They probably caught and ate crabs and other kinds of shellfish.

Nanotyrannus had lots of sharp teeth and excellent vision. These helped make it a dangerous hunter. O viraptor fossils have been found near ancient seashores. They probably caught and ate crabs and other kinds of shellfish. Oviraptors also may have eaten eggs stolen from dinosaur and reptile nests. Oviraptors had no teeth, but they had powerful beaks. They used their beaks to crack open the shells of their meals. P entaceratops males fought to see which one was strongest. They locked their huge horns and pushed and shoved at each other.

It may have been the largest animal ever to live on land. This monster was over 100 feet long, and weighed up to 150 tons. V elociraptor was a speedy little meat eater. It attacked plant eaters that were up to five times larger than itself. Velociraptor was a fearless hunter. It had large eyes and excellent vision, and may have hunted at night or twilight. ” These dinosaurs had extra heavy skulls as round and thick as bowling balls. Wannanosaurus was a tiny dinosaur that walked on two legs. ” Later animals in this family had even thicker skulls.

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