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Nothronychus - About.com Dinosaurs
As with other therizinosaurs, paleontologists speculate that Nothronychus used its long, curved claws much like a sloth, to climb trees and gather vegetation ...
Nothronychus Picture - Dinosaurs - About.com
The fossil of Nothronychus was unearthed in 2001 on the New Mexico/Arizona border. What made this discovery especially significant is that Nothronychus is ...
Cute Dinosaur #9 - Nothronychus - Dinosaurs - About.com
Its close cousin, Therizinosaurus, gets all the press, but Nothronychus earns cuteness points for its genial, shaggy, Big Bird-like appearance (long, tapered front ...
These Dinosaurs Were Weirder Than Your Little Sister
On this list, though, we've decided to feature Therizinosaurus' cousin Nothronychus, the first of its breed ever to be discovered in North America, and thus ...
Therizinosaurs - The Weirdest Dinosaurs
Adding to their mystery, only a few species of therizinosaur have been identified, most of them hailing from eastern and central Asia (Nothronychus was the first ...
The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of New Mexico
The long-necked, long-clawed, pot-bellied Nothronychus was the first therizinosaur to be discovered in North America; until this find on the New Mexico /Arizona ...
Therizinosaur Pictures - Dinosaurs - About.com
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Falcarius - About.com Dinosaurs
To date, Falcarius is only the second therizinosaur to be discovered in North America, the first being the slightly bigger Nothronychus. Ads. &ensp. &ensp.
Cute Dinosaur #5 - Limusaurus - Dinosaurs - About.com
Limusaurus was to other theropod dinosaurs what the gentle Ferdinand is to other bulls. Judging by its long, tapered, toothless snout, this Asian dinosaur may  ...
Cute Dinosaur #1 - Chaoyangsaurus - Dinosaurs - About.com
Believe it or not, the adorably tiny (only three feet long from head to tail and 20 or 30 pounds), tuft-tailed, two-legged Chaoyangsaurus was a distant ancestor of ...
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