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:
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