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Ltrasauros was the giant among giants. This long-necked dinosaur was so tall that it could eat leaves from trees 55 feet high. Ultrasauros is the largest dinosaur ever found. It may have been the largest animal ever to live on land. This monster was over 100 feet long, and weighed up to 150 tons. Ultrasauros is the largest dinosaur ever found. It may have been the largest animal ever to live on land. This monster was over 100 feet long, and weighed up to 150 tons.

Dr Peter Dodson

Peter Dodson is a professor of anatomy at the University of Pennsylvania. He is also the vice president and head of the book review committee of The Dinosaur Society. Dr. Dodson has written two other dinosaur books for kids Giant Dinosaurs and Baby Dinosaurs, both published in 1990 by Scholastic Inc. He was the editor of the 1990 book, The Dinosauria, one of the best books ever written on the subject. He discovered Avaceratops, the smallest cousin of Triceratops, on a dig in Montana in...

Dinosaurs

Alphabet Dinosaurs

From the start, this was always your book. With all my lovefor you, forever. To all the children who let me teach them something. You don't know how much it means to me. Electronic book published by ipicturebooks.com 24 W 25th St. New York, NY 10010 For more ebooks, visit us at http www.ipicturebooks.com Designed by Dean Motter Edited by Howard Zimmerman Paintings copyright 1995 by Wayne D. Barlowe Line art copyright 1995 by Michael Meaker Copyright 1995 by Byron...

Eaters that were up to five times larger than itself

It had large eyes and excellent vision, Velociraptor was a fearless hunter. It had large eyes and excellent vision, annanosaurus was a member of the family called dome heads or bone heads. These dinosaurs had extra heavy skulls as round and thick as bowling balls. Wannanosaurus was a tiny dinosaur that walked on two legs. It was a primitive bone head. Later animals Wannanosaurus was a tiny dinosaur that walked on two legs. It was a primitive bone head. Later...

Earliest dinosaurs It was a small twolegged animal and thought to be a fast runner

Flying Dinosaur Plant Eaters

Fabrosaurus was about a foot tall and three feet long. Many of today's dogs are larger than this prehistoric creature. G allimimus looked like an ostrich, but with arms instead of wings. Like the ostrich, Gallimimus ran as fast as a racehorse. Gallimimus held its tail straight out for balance when it walked or ran. It had a beak with no teeth, just as H errerasaurus is one of the oldest-known dinosaurs. This early meat eater was an ancestor of Tyrannosaurus rex. It used its many sharp teeth to...

Wayne D Barlowe

Barlowe's love of art, nature, and the natural world comes from his parents. They are both longtime artists and have illustrated many natural-history guides. When he began his art education at the Cooper Union, he also began an apprenticeship at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. As a professional, he has painted over 300 covers for science-fiction books. His first book, Barlowe's Guide to Extraterrestrials, was published by Workman Publishing in 1979. It is a...

J ephyrosaurus was a small twolegged plant eater but it was a swift runner

Zephyrosaurus Skull

Zephyrosaurus was a member of the dinosaur family called Hypsilopho-dontids. They all had long legs and feet that were perfect for sprinting. This family has been nicknamed the dinosaur gazelles. A GUIDE TO THE DINOSAURS IN THIS BOOK TRIASSIC PERIOD-FROM 245 MILLION YEARS AGO TO 205 MILLION YEARS AGO JURASSIC PERIOD-FROM 205 MILLION YEARS AGO TO 140 MILLION YEARS AGO CRETACEOUS PERIOD-FROM 140 MILLION YEARS AGO TO 65 MILLION YEARS AGO What Its Name Means Stiff lizard JpjCTfflflwjWfc, What It...