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The Large Theropods - Allosaurs, Carnosaurs, Abelisaurs - Dinosaurs
Few issues in paleontology are as confusing as the classification of theropods-- the bipedal, mostly carnivorous dinosaurs that evolved from archosaurs during ...
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Dinosaur Glossary - Definition of Theropods - Dinosaurs - About.com
Dinosaur Glossary - Definition of Theropods. ... Some paleontologists think theropods (Greek for "beast-footed") are represented today in the form of birds.
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Earliest Dinosaur Evolution and Ancestors - Dinosaurs - About.com
These three early theropods spawned a hardy breed that quickly (at least in evolutionary terms) radiated out to other continents. The first dinosaurs quickly made ...
http://dinosaurs.about.com/od/dinosaurevolution/a/first-dinosaurs.htm
The Small, Feathered Dinosaurs of the Mesozoic Era
For decades, paleontologists have been digging up small, birdlike theropods (the same family of two-legged dinosaurs that includes tyrannosaurs and raptors) ...
http://dinosaurs.about.com/od/thedinobirdconnection/a/dinobirds.htm
Assorted Theropods - Dinosaurs - About.com
Theropods, one of the 15 major types of dinosaurs.
http://dinosaurs.about.com/od/dinosaurbasics/ss/The-15-Main-Dinosaur-Types_15.htm
Why Did Dinosaurs Have Feathers? - About.com
The vast majority of feathered dinosaurs were theropods, a broad category that includes raptors, tyrannosaurs, ornithomimids and "dino-birds," as well as the ...
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Carnivorous Dinosaur Pictures - Dinosaurs - About.com
The large theropods (meat-eating dinosaurs) of the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods were some of the most fearsome predators that ever lived. Here are ...
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The Top 10 Dinosaurs of South America - About.com
As is the case with many dinosaurs, Abelisaurus is less important in itself than in the name it has bestowed on its family of theropods: the abelisaurs, a predatory ...
http://dinosaurs.about.com/od/typesofdinosaurs/tp/South-American-Dinosaurs.htm
How Did Feathered Dinosaurs Learn to Fly? - About.com
Extrapolating backward from the behavior of modern birds, like ostriches, it's reasonable to infer that the small- to medium-sized, two-legged theropods of the  ...
http://dinosaurs.about.com/od/thedinobirdconnection/a/originflight.htm
The Top 10 Dinosaurs of Africa - About.com
Although it wasn't nearly as big as its fellow African theropods, Spinosaurus and Carcharodontosaurus, Afrovenator is important for two reasons: first, its "type ...
http://dinosaurs.about.com/od/typesofdinosaurs/tp/African-Dinosaurs.htm
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