Presentation on theme: "Dinosaurs. When did Dinosaurs Live? The first dinosaurs lived about 230 million years ago! Dinosaurs were on the earth for about 165 million years!"— Presentation transcript:
When did Dinosaurs Live? The first dinosaurs lived about 230 million years ago! Dinosaurs were on the earth for about 165 million years! The dinosaurs went extinct 65 million years ago,
How Many Dinosaurs were there? There were more than 600 different kinds of dinosaurs! Lots of dinosaurs still haven’t been discovered.
How did Dinosaurs get Around? Some dinosaurs Fly. Some dinosaurs walk on the land. Some dinosaurs live in the water.
What did Dinosaurs Eat? Some dinosaurs ate meat (other dinosaurs). They are called carnivores. Some dinosaurs ate plants. They are called herbivores.
Iguanodon Iguana tooth Herbivore (plant eating) Used their spiky thumbs for defense Lived in the early Cretaceous period
Terrible Claw Carnivore 5ft tall Lived during Cretaceous Period Smartest Dinosaur Sharp teeth 3 fingers with claws 4 Toes with retractable claws Deinonychus - Dinosaurs For Kids - KidsDinos.comDeinonychus - Dinosaurs For Kids - KidsDinos.com
Pachycephalosaurus Thick-Headed Lizard Herbivore Late Cretaceous Period Sharp, small teeth Good sense of smell Walked on 2 legs Pachycephalosaurus - Dinosaurs For Kids - KidsDinos.comPachycephalosaurus - Dinosaurs For Kids - KidsDinos.com
Allosaurus Means “Different Reptile” Carnivore 10 feet tall Late Jurassic Period Short arms with 10 long dagger claws Sharp, pointy teeth High Intelligence Allosaurus - Dinosaurs For Kids - KidsDinos.comAllosaurus - Dinosaurs For Kids - KidsDinos.com
Dilophosaurus “ Double-crested” Lizard Carnivore- One of the 1 st large, meat-eating dinosaurs Early Jurassic Period Speedy, Bipedal Predator 3 finger-hands & 4 toed-feet all with claws Dilophosaurus - Dinosaurs For Kids - KidsDinos.comDilophosaurus - Dinosaurs For Kids - KidsDinos.com Dilophosaurus had a dewclaw
“ Covered Lizard” or “Roof Lizard” 9 feet tall, 26-30 feet long Herbivore Late Jurassic Period Plated Dinosaur- Large, flat, bony, triangular plates along its back (17) A heavy, spiked tail for protection Toothless beak and small cheek teeth Walked on four legs, but the back legs were twice as long as its front legs Stegosaurus - Dinosaurs For Kids - KidsDinos.comStegosaurus - Dinosaurs For Kids - KidsDinos.com
“Fused Lizard” Herbivore 25-25 feet long, 4 feet tall Slow-moving, bulky body Covered with sharp spikes and bony armor Strong club like tail to swing at attackers Beak shaped mouth, small weak teeth Large legs with hoof-like claws Ankylosaurus - Dinosaurs For Kids - KidsDinos.comAnkylosaurus - Dinosaurs For Kids - KidsDinos.com
“Tyrant Lizard King” Carnivore (ate large dinosaurs) Terrifying Hunter Small hands, large head, walked on 2 legs Claws on its toes Scaly, bumpy skin It’s head was full of holes 15-20 ft tall, 40 ft long Late Cretaceous Period USA, Canada, E. Asia Tyrannosaurus - Dinosaurs For Kids - KidsDinos.comTyrannosaurus - Dinosaurs For Kids - KidsDinos.com Zoom Dinosaurs - EnchantedLearning.comZoom Dinosaurs - EnchantedLearning.com Cone-shaped, serrated teeth that were continually replaced.
Triceratops “ Three-horned face” Horned Dinosaur Herbivore 30 ft long Late Cretacous Period Charged into enemies Herding animal tyrannosaurus rex - Google Image Searchtyrannosaurus rex - Google Image Search
“Arm Lizard” Herbivore 80-85 ft long Late Jurassic Period Front Legs longer than the hind legs 1 of the tallest and largest A claw on the first toe of each front foot and claws on the first three toes of each rear foot Brachiosaurus - Dinosaurs For Kids - KidsDinos.comBrachiosaurus - Dinosaurs For Kids - KidsDinos.com
chisel-like teeth nostrils were on the top of its head large nasal openings indicating that it may have had a good sense of smell 26 teeth on its top jaw and 26 on the bottom for a total of 52 teeth towards the front of the mouth.
Gallimimus “Rooster Mimic” Omnivore Fast-moving, bipedal Bird-like/ostrich dinosaur Head was good for digging in the mud Toothless beak Short arms with 3 clawed fingers on each hand High intelligence Gallimimus - Dinosaurs For Kids - KidsDinos.comGallimimus - Dinosaurs For Kids - KidsDinos.com