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2 Keaunna Knox 2nd Grade Special Day Class- Learning Disabled DinoMania

3 Dinosaur Defined NOUN: Di-no-saur Any of various extinct, often gigantic, carnivorous or herbivorous reptiles of the orders Saurischia and Ornithischia that were chiefly terrestrial and existed during the Mesozoic Era.

4 Dinosauria Defined The term Dinosauria (Greek, “terrible lizards”) was coined by the British comparative anatomist Richard Owen in 1842 to represent three partly known, impressively large fossil reptiles from the English countryside: the carnivore Megalosaurus, the duckbilled Iguanodon, and the armored Hylaeosaurus.carnivore

5 ETYMOLOGY New Latin D nosauria group name,from D nosaurus former genus name : Greek deinos, monstrous + Greek sauros, lizard

6 Some Dinosaurs Named for Unusual Head Features Dinosaur Dinosaur Dilophosaurus Feature Two-ridged lizard Anatomy Dilophosaurus was a speedy, slender, bipedal (walked on two legs), meat-eater TriceratopsThree-horned head Triceratops was a rhinoceros-like dinosaur. It walked on four sturdy legs and had three horns on its face along with a large bony plate projecting from the back of its skull (a frill). One short horn above its parrot-like beak and two longer horns HomalocephaleLevel (flat) head Homalocephale (meaning "Level head") was a pachycephalosaurid, a thick-skulled dinosaur. Its skull was relatively flat and had bony knobs along the edges. It was an herbivore (a plant-eater).meaning

7 Some Dinosaurs Named for Unusual Body Features Dinosaur Baryonyx Feature Heavy claw Anatomy Baryonyx was an unusual theropod with huge 1-foot (30.5-cm) long claws on its hands, and long, narrow, crocodile-like jaws with 96 small, serrated teeth BrachiosaurusArm Lizard ( Because its' arms are longer than its legs) Brachiosaurus was one of the tallest and largest dinosaurs yet found. It had a long neck, small head, and relatively short, thick tail. CeratosaurusHorned Lizard Ceratosaurus was a powerful predator that walked on two strong legs, had a strong, s-shaped neck, and had a short horn on its snout. It had a massive tail, a bulky body, and heavy bones

8 Some Dinosaurs Named for Their Guessed Behavior Dinosaur Maiasaura Feature Good mother lizard Anatomy Maiasaura was a large, plant-eating, duck-billed dinosaur. Maiasaura was the first dinosaur that was found alongside its young, eggs, and nests. OviraptorEgg thief (even though it wasn't) Oviraptor was a small, bird-like, omnivorous dinosaur. It was about 6 to 8 feet long (1.8 to 2.5 m), weighing about 55 to 76 pounds (25 to 35 kg). VelociraptorSpeedy robber Velociraptor was a fast- running, two-legged (bipedal) dinosaur. This meat-eater had about 80 very sharp, curved teeth in a long, flat snout; some of the teeth were over an inch (2.5 cm) long

9 Dinosaur Game Time DinosaurDinosaur Feature Anatomy 1 Point 2 Points Last Page

10 Name this Dinosaur A. Ceratosaurus B.Brachiosaurus Next Question

11 Wrong A. CeratosaurusCeratosaurus Back

12 Correct B. BrachiosaurusBrachiosaurus Back

13 Name this Dinosaur A. Homalocephale B. Maiasaura Next Question

14 A. HomalocephaleHomalocephale Correct Back

15 Wrong B. Maiasaura Maiasaura Back

16 This Dinosaur Name Means Three-horned head A. Oviraptor B. Triceratops Next Question

17 A.Oviraptor Wrong Back

18 B. TriceratopsTriceratops Correct Back

19 This Dinosaur Name Means Egg thief (even though it wasn't) A.OOviraptor B.DDilophosaurus Next Question

20 Wrong Back B. DilophosaurusDilophosaurus

21 A. OviraptorOviraptor Back Correct

22 ___________________________ rhinoceros-like dinosaur. It walked on four sturdy legs and had three horns on its face along with a large bony plate projecting from the back of its skull (a frill). One short horn above its parrot-like beak and two longer horns A.TriceratopsTriceratops B.VelociraptorVelociraptor Next Question

23 Wrong Back A.VelociraptorVelociraptor

24 Correct Back A.TriceratopsTriceratops

25 ___________________________ was an unusual theropod with huge 1-foot (30.5-cm) long claws on its hands, and long, narrow, crocodile-like jaws with 96 small, serrated teeth. A. BaryonyxBaryonyx B. MaiasauraMaiasaura Next Question

26 Correct Back A.BaryonyxBaryonyx

27 Wrong Back B. MaiasauraMaiasaura

28 Credits

29 The End Keaunna Knox Productions


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