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D.Jessica
Answered: Oct 06, 2017
(C) T-Rex Most of us are pretty familiar with, and fond of every child’s favorite friendly dinosaur. You know the big jolly purple guy that carries around a make believe bag and teach...Read More

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D.Jessica
Answered: Oct 06, 2017
On average, a full grown T-Rex weighed between 7-8 tons. However, many weighed less and some even weighed more. The largest, and most complete skeleton of a T-Rex to date has been nicknamed...Read More

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J. Harty, Writer
Answered: Dec 18, 2018
The triceratops was a dinosaur that could be identified fairly easily due to the animal’s horn on top of its head. This horn was used to protect itself from other animals and it could also...Read More

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D.Jessica
Answered: Oct 06, 2017
A piscivorous dinosaur is a dinosaur that eats only fish. All piscivorous dinosaurs have one large claw on each hand that is used to help them hunt. They also have straight, sharp teeth to catch...Read More

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John Adney
Answered: Sep 14, 2017

Terrible lizard is the answer to the question thought they said it wrong

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D.Jessica
Answered: Oct 06, 2017
The Gigantosaurus is a little known dinosaur originating from the late Jurassic period. This dinosaur was found in England. The Gigantosaurus has a few interesting things about it. First of all...Read More

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D.Jessica
Answered: Oct 06, 2017
The Triceratops was a massive dinosaur with three large horns that lived 66 million years ago. Despite its size and appearance, the Triceratops was an herbivore meaning that it only ate plant...Read More

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H. Barnes, Unemployed
Answered: Apr 04, 2019
The answer to this question is A. Whenever people would discuss this dinosaur, they usually say that it has to be one of the smallest dinosaurs ever. It only weight 1 kg which says a lot about...Read More

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D.Jessica
Answered: Oct 06, 2017
Tyrannosaurus Rex’s name means “tyrant lizard” in Greek and Rex means “king” in Latin. This is a very apt name for the dinosaur that many people truly think of as...Read More

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F. Ray, Student
Answered: Jul 20, 2018
The answer to this question is A. The Brachiosaurus is known to have grown up to 100 feet long. This is so big that it was considered to be an unusual dinosaur. Based on the structure of the...Read More

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F. Manasseh, Software Developer
Answered: Nov 21, 2019
Lagosuchus. Even though it wasn’t specifically from the dinosaur family, many paleontologists believe Lagosuchus may have been the genus of archosaur from which all dinosaurs evolved. It...Read More

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F. Manasseh, Software Developer
Answered: Nov 21, 2019
Kronus was the Greek god of time, and he ate his children to retain his power. The Kronosaurus was named after this famous figure in Greek mythology because this creature would consume many of...Read More

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D.Jessica
Answered: Oct 06, 2017
Some dinosaurs lived on a diet consisting solely of plant matter, these dinosaurs would be referred to as herbivores. Others lived on a diet of meat and are referred to as carnivores. Others...Read More

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D.Jessica
Answered: Oct 06, 2017
The Abrosaurus was an herbivore. It ate only plants to survive. Its long neck allowed it to reach the tops of very tall trees (similar to a giraffe) which gave it more options for foraging for...Read More

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D.Jessica
Answered: Oct 06, 2017
The Stegosaurus is known as the “dumbest dinosaur”. It had the smallest brain of all dinosaurs discovered. its brain was about the size of a walnut. Its brain was similar in size to a...Read More

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