Brontomerus (meaning “Thunder Thighs”) is a genus of camarosauromorph which lived in the Early Cretaceous of what is now Utah. It is a fairly basal camarosauromorph. It was named in 2011. It had unusual hipbones, which supported large thigh muscles. Because of it’s large thigh, it’s name meant “Thunder Thigh”.
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PLAY PACMAN USE THE KEYBOARD ARROWS The good old Pacman game. Instructions: Use the arrow keys to guide Pac-Man. P – Pause/unpause game Q – Quit game M – Mute/unmute sound L – Low quality on/off PLAY DONKEY KONG
CARCHARODONTOSAURUS AMARGASAURUS CARNOTAURUS PARASAUROLOPHUS MASIAKASAURUS SPINOSAURUS TUOJIANGOSAURUS DEINOCHEIRUS NIGERSAURUS DRACOREX EPIDENDROSAURUS STYRACOSAURUS ACHELOUSAURUS CRYOLOPHOSAURUS SUCHOMIMUS ZUNICERATOPS EINIOSAURUS DIABLOCERATOPS ISISAURUS TYRANNOSAURUS TRICERATOPS PENTACERATOPS OLOROTITAN OURANOSAURUS DILOPHOSAURUS YUTYRANNUS MICRORAPTOR EPIDEXIPTERYX
“Some people confuse dragons with dinosaurs. In the old days, when people didn’t know about dinosaurs, they thought dinosaurs were dragons. They thought dinosaurs were real and harmful. They were scared. Today, we know dragons are just myths and most dinosaurs were harmless. We also know dinosaurs died out 65,000,000 years ago. Dinosaurs are extinct, […]
Tarbosaurus was the third biggest Tyrannosaur (up to 10m (32.8ft) in length, 3.2m (10.49ft) in height, and it weighed 4 tons) that lived in inner Asia (Mongolia and the neighbouring lands) and belonged to the tyrannosaurid branch of the theropod family: i.e., it was an Asian cousin of Tyrannosaurus. In fact, in some books it […]
Epidexipteryx (meaning “Display Feathers”) is a genus of small insectivore dinosaur which lived in China during the late Jurassic period. At 45 centimetres, it was a relativaly small dinosaur. It is known for it’s for the four long feathers on it’s tail, hence it’s name. Not to be confused with Epidendrosauurus (synonym […]
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