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Dinosaur Questions and Answers (Q&A)

D.Jessica
Answered: Oct 06, 2017
On average, a full grown T-Rex weighed between 7-8 tons. However, many weighed less and some even weighed more. The largest, and most complete skeleton of a T-Rex to date has been nicknamed...Read More

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D.Jessica
Answered: Oct 06, 2017
The Stegosaurus is known as the “dumbest dinosaur”. It had the smallest brain of all dinosaurs discovered. its brain was about the size of a walnut. Its brain was similar in size to a...Read More

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D.Jessica
Answered: Oct 06, 2017
(C) T-Rex Most of us are pretty familiar with, and fond of every child’s favorite friendly dinosaur. You know the big jolly purple guy that carries around a make believe bag and teach...Read More

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D.Jessica
Answered: Oct 06, 2017
The Diplodocus was a dinosaur that lived in North America toward the end of the Jurassic period. It got its name from the formation of its tail. This dinosaur’s tail was the longest of any...Read More

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D.Jessica
Answered: Oct 06, 2017
The Tyrannosaurus Rex was one of the fiercest dinosaurs to ever live. It fed on small and large animals and was a carnivore (ate only meat). It is believed that a T-Rex could eat as much as 500...Read More

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D.Jessica
Answered: Oct 06, 2017
The Velociraptor is probably just as well known as the Tyrannosaurus Rex. This is partially due to the fact that both of these dinosaurs played such a large role in the very popular Jurassic Park...Read More

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D.Jessica
Answered: Oct 06, 2017
The Tyrannosaurus Rex lived in the western United states about 65 million years ago during the Cretaceous period. There is fossil evidence to show that the T-Rex was densely populated in what is...Read More

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D.Jessica
Answered: Oct 06, 2017
The Triceratops was a pretty intimidating looking dinosaur. It ranged from 25 to 30 feet long, nearly 10 feet tall and could be up to 26,000 pounds. The Triceratops also had those menacing...Read More

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D.Jessica
Answered: Oct 06, 2017
The Brachiosaurus was the largest known dinosaur to have existed. Thankfully for the welfare of other dinosaurs this dinosaur was an herbivore meaning it only ate plants. So even though it was...Read More

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L. Liliass
Answered: Sep 19, 2017
The Suchomimus are said to eat fish. Suchomimus is a genus of large spinosaurid dinosaur with a crocodile-like skull that lived between 125–112 million years ago, during the Aptian to early...Read More

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D.Jessica
Answered: Oct 06, 2017
Compsognathus is a Greek word meaning “elegant” “refined” or “dainty” so it makes sense that this word would be the name of the smallest dinosaurs discovered...Read More

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