Color illustrations and photographed remains reanimate the awesome herbivores and carnivores--from the Plateosaurus, the earliest large dinosaur, to the Dinochelys, the forerunner of the turtle--that once thundered across the North American landscape.
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13 feet long Africa Alberta Allosaurus animals ankylosaurs armored dinosaurs Baryonyx beak bird bird-hipped bony plates Brachiosaurus Camarasaurus Camptosaurus ceratopsian Coelophysis complete skeleton crest Deinonychus dinosaur bone dinosaur hunters diplodocid Dryosaurus duckbills early Cretaceous early dinosaurs early Jurassic earth Excavation eye socket Family fossils found in Mongolia Ghost Ranch group of dinosaurs hadrosaurs head herds Heterodontosaurus hind legs hip bones horns huge Hypsilophodon hypsilophodontids Iguanodon iguanodontids Infraorder jaws large meat eaters late Cretaceous late Cretaceous dinosaurs late Jurassic lightly built lightweight lived lizard massive Massospondylus meat-eating dinosaurs middle Jurassic million years ago Mongolia Museum named neck frill North America oldest Opisthocoelicaudia ornithischian ornithomimosaurs ornithopods ostrich dinosaur pachycephalosaurs plant eaters plant-eating dinosaurs Plateosaurus prey prosauropods Protoceratops Psittacosaurus Reconstruction reptile rocks sauropods scientists sediments showing slashing claw snout Solnhofen southern England species spikes spines stegosaurs suborders tail club Tarbosaurus teeth theropods thumb claw Torosaurus Triassic Triceratops turtles Tymnnosciurus Tyrannosaurus vertebrae Weald