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Carnivore, Bipedal, stood 18ft, length 40ft. Framentary remains have been found in Texas and Oklahoma.
Herbivore, Quadrupedal, stood 21ft, length 52.5ft, fragmentary remains found in Egypt
Herbivore, Quadrupedal, stood 49.1ft, was common in the southern hemisphere, it had unusual tail vertebrae with long, forward pointing barbs
Carnivore, Bipedal, stood 10ft, length 29.5ft. Discovered in Niger in the southern Sahara Desert in Africa. It possessed 14 blade-shaped teeth.
Herbivore, Bipedal, length 3.5 - 4ft.
Carnivore, Bipedal, stood 11ft, length 20ft, fossils of these were found in Mongolia
Carnivore, Bipedal, stood 17ft, length 40ft, found in Utah, it is thought to have been a speedy hunter
Herbivore 7-8 m long. Altirhinus had a tall beak on its rounded snout and a spiked thumb on each hand.
Carnivore, Bipedal, stood 11ft, length 26.2ft, remains have been found in England and Germany
Herbivore, Quadrupedal, length 40-50ft, is known as the only known Jurassic dinosaurs from South America
Herbivore, mostly Bipedal, semi-Quadrupedal, stood 13.1 - 16.4ft, length 29.5 - 39.4ft, Its most distinguishing feature was its unusually long and wide duckbill, toothless over half its length, making its head more duck-like than most hadrosaurus
Herbivore, Quadrupedal, stood 11ft, length 35ft, its tough skin was covered with bony plates, and it could swing its formidably clubbed tail to rendera predator lame.
Herbivore, Quadrupedal, stood 20ft, length 59ft, it is the largest dinosaur known to have lived in the Southern Hemisphere
Herbivore, Quadrupedal, stood 30ft, length 75ft, , its 20ft long neck supported a rather small head and its brain was about the size of a large apple
Carnivore, Bipedal, stood 1ft, length 3ft, identified by many to be the first bird
Carnivore, Bipedal, length 3.3ft, is among the smallest of dinosaurs, many of its bones resemble those of modern birds
Carnivore, Bipedal, stood 6ft, length 11ft, found in China, it hand three long fingers on each hand
Herbivore, Quadrupedal, stood 25ft, length 68.9ft, they lived in South America
Herbivore, Quadrupedal, stood 7ft, length 16ft, Found in Alberta, Canada, it had a neck shield that was armed with spikes, very short nose horn with two long, slightly forward-curving brow horns
Herbivore, Quadrupedal, length 6.6ft, were very small
Carnivore, Bipedal, stood 3.5ft, length 5ft, fossils have been found in Mongolia and China, a small birdlike dinosaur, but was probably a swift runner, preying upon lizards and insects
Stood 8ft, length 20ft, one of the earliest known duck-billed hadrosaurs, it lived in what is now Mongolia
Carnivore, Bipedal, fragmentary remains were found in Egypt
Herbivore, Quadrupedal, stood 40ft, length 79ft, the neck of the Barosaurus was 30ft long. Gastroliths were discovered among its bones, indicating that some of dinosaurs swalloed stones to grind food they consumed
Herbivore, Quadrupedal, length 16.4ft
Herbivore, Quadrupedal, stood 35ft, length 66ft, fragmentary remains of it were discovered in Western Europe and Madagascar
Its arms are longer than its legs.
Carnivore, Bipedal, stood 3ft, length 6.6ft, a small meat-eater of uncertain identity, found on the Isle of Wight
Herbivore, Bipedal, stood 4ft, length 9ft, is known from incomplete material discovered in England
Carnivore, Bipedal, stood 13ft, length 24.6ft, a strange-looking dinosaur with a short snout, two bull-like horns, a weak jaw and small eyes.
Common meat-eating dinosaur with a short horn on its snout. Late Jurassic period. Also had a very flexible tail enabled it to swim.
Long teeth in the front, small spiky teeth on the sides
Herbivore, Quadrupedal,stood 2.5ft, length 7ft, it was equipped with five different types of armour.
Carnivore, Bipedal, stood 20 inches, length 36 inches, is the most primitive dinosaur known -- 228 million years old.
Also 'Fowl mimic' and 'Rooster mimic'. It looked like an ostrich but it was a very fast bird/dinosaur
Carnivore, Bipedal, stood 5m, length 12.5m. Taller and longer, but slimmer than Tyrannosaurus rex, it lived millions of years earlier and in South America not North America. It had 3 fingers on its hands, not 2 like T.rex. Probably the largest carnivorous dinosaur known so far.
Herbivore, Bipedal, stood 6ft, length 9ft, was discovered in Alberta, Canada
Dolphin-like reptile from the late Jurassic period, early Cretaceous period. Not a dinosaur.
Carnivore, Bipedal, stood 6m, length 11m teeth
Herbivore, Bipedal, stood 23ft, length 30ft, had a wide, flat skull and a ridge of bone just below its eyes
Herbivore, Bipedal, semi-Quadrupedal, stood 15ft, length 30ft
Large meat-eating theropod dinosaurs of the Middle Jurassic period. Bipedal.
Megaraptor was a large, terrifying late Cretaceous predator with two enormous, sickle-like toe claws. It was a huge, lightly built, fast-moving, agile, bipedal (walked on two legs), bird-like dinosaur. It had a curved, flexible neck, and a big head with sharp, serrated teeth in very powerful jaws.
Carnivore, Bipedal, stood 2.5ft, length 4ft
Carnivore, Bipedal, stood 3.5ft, length 5ft, it had a large but short forelimb with a single claw
Carnivore, Bipedal, they are known from a single, small 22-inch well preserved skull
Carnivore, Bipedal, stood 3ft, length 6ft, found in Wyoming and Utah, they were swift, small-headed, long-tailed dinosaur that ate lizards and other small game that it caught with its long fingered hands
A herbivore that walked both as a biped and a quadruped
Herbivore, Quadrupedal, stood 4ft, length 11.5ft, found in Mongolia and China, it had sharp pikes along its back and sides, and its tail ended in a flat bone with sharp edges resembling a double-edged stone ax.
Herbivore, Quadrupedal, stood 20ft, length 29ft, they were a four-legged browser with front limbs longer than its hind limbs.
Herbivore. Stood 1m, length 2m.
Flying reptile. Not actually a dinosaur but lived at the same time.
Herbivore, Bipedal, stood 7ft, length 13.1ft, known from incomplete remains
Diplodocid sauropod dinosaur discovered in the Upper Jurassic Morrison Formation of Colorado in 1972. It is among the largest dinosaurs known from good remains, possibly reaching 33 to 34 meters (108 to 112 ft) in length, and a weight of 35 to 40 tons.
Herbivore, Quadrupedal, stood 8ft, length 20ft, these dinosaurs were distinguished by the large spikes on their sides and their clubbed tails.
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