Articles related to prosauropods
Prosauropods - The Ancient Cousins of the Sauropods - Dinosaurs
Prosauropods ("before the sauropods") were small, herbivorous dinosaurs closely related to the giant sauropods of the late Jurassic period. Here's everything ...
Prosauropod Pictures - Dinosaurs - About.com
Pictures, illustrations and photographs of prosauropod dinosaurs, the ancient cousins of the sauropods.
Plateosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
Rather, it's likely that Plateosaurus and other prosauropods evolved this feature in order to better grasp the leaves or small branches of trees, and it wouldn't ...
Unaysaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
One of the oldest prosauropod dinosaurs yet discovered.
Unaysaurus Picture - Dinosaurs - About.com
Unaysaurus may well have been one of the first true prosauropods, a slender, 200-pound plant-eater that probably spent much of its time walking on two rather ...
Lufengosaurus Picture - Dinosaurs - About.com
Like other prosauropods, Lufengosaurus probably nibbled on the low-lying branches of trees, and this dinosaur may have been capable of (occasionally) ...
Lufengosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
An otherwise unremarkable prosauropod (the line of quadrupedal, herbivorous dinosaurs that preceded the giant sauropods) of the late Jurassic period, ...
Jingshanosaurus Picture - Dinosaurs - About.com
As you might guess from its advanced size--about 30 feet long and one to two tons--Jingshanosaurus was also among the last of the prosauropods, an honor it ...
Adeopapposaurus Picture - Dinosaurs - About.com
Like other prosauropods, Adeopapposaurus had a long neck and tail (though nowhere near as long as the necks and tail of the later sauropods), and it was ...
Jingshanosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
One of the largest prosauropods--the herbivorous, four-footed, distant uncles of the later sauropods--ever to walk the earth, Jingshanosaurus tipped the scales at ...