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Stegosaurs - The Spiked, Plated Dinosaurs - About.com
As dinosaurs go, stegosaurs are relatively easy to describe: these quadrupedal, small-to-medium-sized, small-brained herbivores were characterized by the ...
10 Facts About Stegosaurus - Dinosaurs - About.com
Back in the Mesozoic Era, the Jurassic stegosaurs (plated, spiked dinosaurs) were first cousins of the Cretaceous ankylosaurs (armored dinosaurs), both of ...
Stegosaur Pictures - Pictures of Stegosaur Dinosaurs
Stegosaurs--the plated, spiked dinosaurs--were some of the most impressive plant-eating dinosaurs of the Jurassic period. Here are pictures, illustrations and ...
Stegosaur Pictures - Dinosaurs - About.com
As stegosaurs go, Chungkingosaurus was unusually primitive for its time and place, with long, squat upper arms and relatively unevolved hip bones. More about ...
Stegosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
What made this herbivore (and other stegosaurs like it) especially striking were the double rows of large, bony plates jutting out of its back. No one is quite sure ...
Tuojiangosaurus Picture - Dinosaurs - About.com
Tuojiangosaurus is one of the most primitive stegosaurs yet identified, with anatomical features (lack of tall vertebral spines toward its rear end, teeth in the front ...
Hesperosaurus Picture - Dinosaurs - About.com
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Ankylosaurus - Dinosaur Species Profile - About.com
The evolutionary relationships of all these armored dinosaurs is a matter of dispute, beyond the fact that ankylosaurs were closely related to stegosaurs; it's ...
Wuerhosaurus Picture - Dinosaurs - About.com
Wuerhosaurus sported the spines and plates characteristic of all stegosaurs, but it had a shorter neck, a lower-slung posture and a squatter trunk, all hints that it ...
Herbivorous Dinosaurs A to Z - About.com
Herbivorous dinosaurs--which included sauropods, ankylosaurs, stegosaurs, hadrosaurs, pachycephalosaurs, ornithopods, ceratopsians and titanosaurs-- vastly ...