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Dinosaurs Plant Eaters
Dinosaurs Lived Long Ago By: Cara Edenfield groupbygroup.wordpress.com.
Dinosaur Alphabets. A - Apatosaurus B - Brachiosaurus.
3/18/2002 Dinosaurs First Grade Dimetrodon Lived before the dinosaurs Had a sail on its back Was a meat eater.
Dinosaur Research. Brachiosaurus Ate: Plants Interesting Facts: nostrels on its forehead. 145 million years ago. Size: 45 feet.
All About Dinosaurs By Sonny.. This book is all about dinosaurs.
Dinosaurs By Winston Darmawan And William Tran Rhoetosaurus Minmi Leaellynasaura.
Dinosaur Facts. Brontosaurus Oops! This is actually a Apatosaurus. It was mistakenly named in the 1870's. Now most museums do not use the name "brontosaurus".
Dinosaurs Danielle Harris. Content Area: Science Grade Level: 1 Summary: The purpose of this power point is for students to review facts about dinosaurs.
Dinosaurs: Back from the Grave Stephanie Baumgart
By Students’ Names. Stegosaurus (2011).Thagomizer_01.jpg.Image retrieved from Tell us about your fossil.
The Dinosaurs of Jurassic Park. Velociraptor Bipedal, feathered carnivore 6-7 feet long; 2 feet tall lbs. Lived in Cretaceous.
Beth’s dinosaur information. Velociraptor Description- the velociraptor had two legs and was a carnivore Diet- was a carnivore and ate meat Size m.
Jurassic Period Dinosaurs. How long ago was the Jurassic Period? million years ago! Triassic Period mya Jurassic Period mya Cretaceous.
Year 1 Dinopedia Click on a dinosaur’s name to find out about it. Albertosaurus Allosaurus Brachiosaurus Ceratosaurus Diplodocus Giganotosaurus Iguanadon.
How is a Tyrannosaurus Rex adapted to help it survive?
Jurassic period THE SECOND PERIOD OF THE MESOZOIC(DINOSAUR)ERA.
Discovering Brontosaurus. Brontosaurus Also known as Apatosaurus “Thunder lizard”, “deceptive lizard” 35 tons Herbivore = plant eater Small teeth to eat.
The Mesozoic Period Danny Nguyen 4 Blue. The Cretaceous Period.
What Makes a Dino-sore? – Calling Him a Birdbrain Harry Jerison (UCLA)
About Dinosaurs By Jamie Simmons. Do you know about the dinosaur T-Rex, Stegosaurus, Triceratops, or Diplodocus? Read more to find out about these dinosaurs!
Mike Kozina SASS July 18, Dino Scienc e. What is a dinosaur? 2.
Dinosaurs Dinosaurs are reptiles that lived millions of years ago. Dinosaur means terrible lizard.
Dinosaurs. Millions of years ago, long before there were any people, there were dinosaurs. The largest dinosaurs were over 30 meters long and up to 15.
Theropoda Sauropodomorpha Thyreophoria Cerapoda Welcome to the Museum of Dinosaurs Curator’s Offices Research Room.
triceratops triceratops It lived 70 million years ago. It was 3 meters tall and 6 meters long. It was kg. It was a plant-eater. It lived 70 million.
Survival in the Wild Dinosaurs. Dinosaur The word dinosaur comes from the Greek language and means ‘terrible lizard’. The word was coined by English paleontologist.
Apatosaurus Archaeopteryx Argentinosaurus Barosaurus Baryonyx Brachiosaurus Caudipteryx Coelophysis Compsognathus Corythosaurus Deinonychus Diplodocus.
Dinosaur Evolution. How do we know when dinosaurs lived? Layers of sedimentary rock & absolute dating –Late Triassic (during Mesozoic) through end of.
The real facts.. What are Dinosaurs? Megalosaurus. The word “Dinosaur” means terrible lizard in Greek.From the words “Deinos” meaning terrible and “Sauros”
Dinosaurs. T-rex It's jaws were up to 4 feet long and it's teeth grew up to be 13 inches long. Tyrannosaurus rex had two legs and was 40 feet long. Trex.
Dinosaurs. When did Dinosaurs Live? The first dinosaurs lived about 230 million years ago! Dinosaurs were on the earth for about 165 million years!
Triceratops This is a picture showing a Triceratops compared to a human. This is a picture of a Triceratops. Family: Ceratopsidae Height: 9.5 feet (2.9.
Mrs. Ledford’s Class Dinosaur Power Point Pictures and information from KidsDinos.com and Google Images.
The Iguanodon was a plant eater (herbivore).
Meirba Asencio. What’s Mesozoic Mesozoic means “middle animals” in Greek It’s made up of three time periods that span from 65 mya- 250mya A time.
Dinosaurs. Dinosaurs lived a very long time ago. They have all died now. This is called extinct. MTYT Dinosaurs are extinct.
A Lesson Plan On Dinosaurs By Claudia E. Ye. Description… Standard Addressed Life Science 2. Plants and animals meet their needs in different ways.
Dinosaurs ruled the land about 4000 years ago! In different ages the dinosaurs get bigger and bigger and bigger! Fascinating!!! Dinosaur means terrible.
The Dinosaurs went … The Dinosaur Song I want to be a big dinosaur That’s prehistoric! Dinosaurs that we know Dinosaurs, dinosaurs Great big dinosaurs.
Look at the picture of the ceratopsians above. What do they have in common? The most obvious similar characteristics they share is their heads and beaks.
Dinosaurs powerpoint by Jeanne Guichard. Tyrannosaurus Tyrannosaurus Rex was a fierce predator that walked on two powerful legs. This meat-eater had a.
Ornithischian and Saurischian Dinosaurs Background information.
What are some differences between creatures today and Dinosaurs from the past? What do they have in common?
Dinosaur Research Report Averial Masters. Diplodocus My dinosaur’s name is Diplodocus. Its name means big gut. The Diplodocus lived during the Jurassic.
When the dinosaurs lived, the Earth's continents were jammed together into a supercontinent called Pangaea and the Earth was warmer than it is now.
Ms. Parris’ 2 nd Grade Class. Dinosaurs What is a dinosaur? What did they eat? Names of dinosaurs Where did they live? Where did they go? DINO-FUN.
Today – 4/12 Critter on the T-shirt Ornithischia Pterosaurs, marine reptiles, crocodiles Geodaze.
Fact and Opinion Printables By TiniTeaches ni-Teaches.
Dinosaurs 2 nd Grade Mr. MacEwen Click on the dinosaur to learn more about it TyrannosaurusTriceratopsBrachiosaurusVelociraptor StegosaurusSpinosaurusParasaurolophusLinhenykus.
Europe Asia North America The Parasaurolophus was about 30 feet (9 meters) long and weighed 4 tons.
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