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Wintonotitan - About.com Dinosaurs
Wintonotitan (Greek for "Winton giant"); pronounced win-TONE-oh-tie-tan. Habitat : Woodlands of Australia. Historical Period: Middle Cretaceous (100 million ...
Wintonotitan Picture - Dinosaurs - About.com
Like most titanosaurs, the (as yet) poorly understood Wintonititan probably had a rudimentary layer of armored skin along its back, meant to deter the hungry ...
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wintonotitan - Wikimedia Commons. Wintonotitan. Wintonotitan. 1 of 1. 1. Titanosaurs--large, lightly armored, four-legged plant eaters--were a branch of ...
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Plant-eating dinosaurs, large and small, of the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous periods.
The Top 10 Dinosaurs of Australia and Antarctica
... it's hard to make the case that Diamintinasaurus was any more important than another, contemporary Australian titanosaur, the comparably sized Wintonotitan.
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Wintonotitan Another new titanosaur from Australia. Wuerhosaurus Could this have been the last of the stegosaurs? Wulagasaurus The earliest saurolophine ...