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Why Were Dinosaurs So Big? - Facts & Theories - About.com
Many paleontologists who study giant herbivorous dinosaurs believe that these creatures were cold-blooded, for two compelling reasons: first, based on our ...
How Dinosaurs Fought, and the Weapons They Used
Defensive Dinosaur Weapons. The reason prey animals evolve natural defenses is pressure from carnivores; in a world without meat-eaters, herbivores would ...
Hadrosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
The official state dinosaur of New Jersey. ... Hagryphus Facts · Ornithopods - The Small, Herbivorous Dinosaurs · Dinosaurs A to Z – A Complete List of All the ...
The 10 Most Important Dinosaur Facts - Dinosaurs - About.com
Saurischian dinosaurs include carnivorous theropods and herbivorous sauropods, while ornithischians account for the remainder of plant eaters, including ...
Therizinosaurs - The Weirdest Dinosaurs
The Evolution and Behavior of Therizinosaur Dinosaurs ... Even more bizarrely, there's ample evidence that these dinosaurs pursued a herbivorous (or at least ...
Iguanodon - About.com Dinosaurs
It was the second dinosaur in history ever to receive a name. ... Ornithopods - The Small, Herbivorous Dinosaurs · The Three Ages of Dinosaurs – The Triassic, ...
Acristavus - About.com Dinosaurs
The shape and ornamentation of these dinosaurs' skulls have been a useful ... Acrocanthosaurus Facts · Ornithopods - The Small, Herbivorous Dinosaurs.
Argentinosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
Possibly the largest plant-eating dinosaur that ever lived.
Triceratops - About.com Dinosaurs
The three-horned dinosaur Triceratops--which is familiar to millions of kids in plastic toy form--has the dubious distinction of being one of the last of its breed, the ...
Oryctodromeus - About.com Dinosaurs
The only dinosaur known to have lived in burrows. ... A Complete, A to Z List of Herbivorous Dinosaurs · Ornithopods - The Small, Herbivorous Dinosaurs.
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