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By Mrs. Rhodes’s Second Grade
It has a 3 horn face. Fan – shaped face. It eats plants.
It looked kind of spiky because I can see sharp things. It lived in china. On its tail it had shoulder spikes to fend his enemies. He had a small head no longer then a walnut.
The t-rex was 47 feet long. It was a meat eater. It lived in north America. Its jaws were filed with more than 50 teeth some up to 1 foot (30.5 centimeters) long
It lived in North America. It’s spikes are 3 feet long. It eats plants.
He eats plants, and grass. They have big horns and big spikes. They live in these big tunnel.
It ate plants. It lived in the water. It had its noise on its head.
They get very big. They were meat eater In the Godi desert
It had a three horned face. It ate plants. It lives in the Artic Circle.. It’s like a lizard but it’s bigger and stonger.
It can fly. Bigger as a car It eats meat.
It looks like 25ft off the ground. It is a meat eater. It lived in a cave.
It was as long as a school bus. They had very small brains. It was nine feet tall.
It ate insects and peaks them out. They live in Kansas. They have wings pan of more than 30 feet [9.m].
It ways 100,000 pounds. It was one of the biggest animals on earth. It had a nostril on it’s head.
It is a very fast runner. It was a meat-eater. It lived in a dessert. now it is called the Gobi Dessert
it eats plants. It lives Sandy spots. It the biggest animal.
Series of plates on its back. It lived in Asia. Its cousin is the stegosaur.
It eats plants. It lives on land in Mangolien desert. It has a lot of protection.
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The people Look for some people. Write it down. By the water So there you are. Who will make it? You and I A long time What will they do?
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Usually a shark has about 3,000 teeth. A shark looks like a big fish with a big coat of Gray. Some sharks can also have stripes. The way that sharks change.
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