Scholastic dinosaurs A to Z: the ultimate dinosaur encyclopedia
Arranged alphabetically, the encyclopedia presents an enormous amount of dinosaur information for budding paleontologists and amateur fossil hunters. Information cited includes what each dinosaur's name means, its pronunciation, its complete taxonomic classification, length, time period, place, diet, and other details. This easy-to-navigate book contains 700+ entries for every creature that has scientifically been verified a dinosaur (as well as those that are commonly mistaken for dinosaurs).
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When and Where Did Dinosaurs Live?
How Are Dinosaurs Discovered? 18
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145 million 80 million ago PLACE Alberta Allosaurus animal Ankylosauria Ankylosauria LENGTH Argentina DIET armored dinosaur basal Coelurosauria LENGTH birds bony Camarasauridae Canada DIET Carnosauria Carnosauria LENGTH Ceratopsia Ceratopsia LENGTH Ceratosauria Cetiosaurus China CLASSIFICATION China DIET claw Coelurosauria crest Cretaceous Period Deinonychosauria Diplodocoidea discovered Dromaeosauridae duck-billed dinosaur Early Cretaceous Early Jurassic eater eggs feet four-legged plant-eater frill giant plant-eaters hadrosaur Hadrosauridae Hadrosauridae LENGTH horned dinosaurs Iguanodon Iguanodontia iguanodontids Jurassic Period kinds of dinosaurs known Late Cretaceous Late Jurassic Late Triassic leg bone lizard long-necked Macronaria Macronaria LENGTH meat DETAILS meat-eating dinosaurs Middle Jurassic million years ago Mongolia Mongolia DIET Montana NAME MEANS neck North America Ornithischia ornithomimids Pachycephalosauria paleontologist plant-eater plants DETAILS predator Primitive sauropods prosauropod Prosauropoda LENGTH raptor reptiles Saurischia sauropod skeleton skull small meat-eater snout South spikes stegosaur tail teeth Theropoda titanosaur tooth troodontids Tyrannosaurus U.S. DIET Utah valid scientific name vertebrae