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Unaysaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
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 legs.
U is for Unaysaurus - Dinosaurs - About.com
Shortly after the first dinosaurs appeared on earth, about 230 million years ago, they started to split off into meat-eating and plant-eating varieties. Unaysaurus ...
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 ...
Cute Dinosaur #10 - Unaysaurus - Dinosaurs - About.com
Probably the most obscure member of this list, Unaysaurus was one of the first prosauropods, the bipedal, plant-eating dinosaurs distantly ancestral to the ...
Prosauropods - The Ancient Cousins of the Sauropods - Dinosaurs
Unaysaurus One of the oldest prosauropods yet discovered. Yimenosaurus One of the better-known Chinese prosauropods. Yunnanosaurus One of the last ...
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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 ...
Cute Dinosaur #3 - Gigantoraptor - Dinosaurs - About.com
Gigantoraptor is one of those dinosaurs whose cuteness is directly proportional to the indulgence of whatever artist happens to be illustrating it. Not technically a ...
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 ...