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dinosaur

any extinct reptile of the orders Saurischia and Ornithischia. Dinosaurs (the name means ‘fearful lizard’) were the dominant form of land vertebrates during the JURASSIC and CRETACEOUS periods.
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Thus of the original party of eleven Allies and nine Germans that had constituted the company of the U-33 when she left English waters after her capture by the crew of the English tug there were but five now to be accounted for at Fort Dinosaur.
Each individual page is packed with amazing facts and coloring areas of an impressive variety of dinosaurs as fossilized museum mounts and in their full glory as they triumphantly roamed the Mesozoic earth.
Scientists have identified the oldest-known forerunner of the dinosaurs and are expressing surprise at how little it actually resembled one.
The children hatch a plot to trap a dinosaur, even though their father tells them dinosaurs are extinct.
com At 'Edutainment,' models of 15 different species of dinosaurs are on display, said Christom Thomas, managing director of the Oman-based Al Ghazel Int'l company, the organiser of the village.
uk LIME GREEN DINOSAUR BABY GROW A CUTE pure cotton baby grow with a zip and popper fastening, featuring dinosaurs including dimetrodon, diplodocus and velociraptor.
Contains wooden sheets, sandpaper and a fun fact booklet, and there are five different dinosaurs in the range.
Have you ever wished you could go back in time and live when dinosaurs roamed the Earth, but worried that you might become dinner one night?
The 190-million-year-old dinosaur bonebed belongs to a group of dinosaurs called
The devil is a link between dinosaurs and the oldest dinosaurs with Jurassic species of theropod dinosaurs.
Parker (Natural History Museum, London) is the author of 100-plus other books on dinosaurs and other natural history topics.
Milan said it was very strange activity "We can find the opportunity to look from wide angle to the America's oldest dinosaurs in this exhibition.