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    • Dinosaurs By Abigail Krafft Edu 205 Quit                                                                                                                                                        
    • Main Menu
      • History of Dinosaurs
      • History of Dinosaurs cont.
      • Dinosaur Types
      • Pictures of dinosaur types
      • Weights
      • Sizes
      • Fossils
      • Dinosaur Video Clip
      • Author’s Page
      • References
      • Concept Map
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    • History of Dinosaurs
      • Dinosaur is greek for “terrible lizard”
      • 3 different times dinosaurs were present:
        • 1) Triassic (251-200 million years ago)
            • Contained small and quick meat-eaters.
        • 2) Jurassic (200-145 million years ago)
            • New types of dinosaurs, mammals, and reptiles started to come about.
        • 3) Cretaceous (145-65 million years ago)
            • Plants and insects came about
            • Contained Dinosaurs of all shapes and sizes.
            • Extinction took place at the end of this time.
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    • History of Dinosaurs Cont.
      • Dinosaurs are classified as reptiles.
      • They are known to be cold-blooded, but some evidence has been discovered that they may have been warm-blooded due to the fact that their metabolism rates are comparable to those of mammals and birds.
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    • Dinosaur Types
      • There are three types of dinosaurs:
        • 1) Carnivore – only eat meat.
          • Ex) Allosaurus and Tyrannosaurus Rex
        • 2) Herbivore – only eat plants.
          • Ex) Brachiosaurus and Triceratops
        • 3) Omnivore – eat both meat and plants.
          • Ex) Gallimimus and Ornithomimus
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    • Pictures of Carnivores
      • Allosaurus =
      • Tyrannosaurus Rex =
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    • Pictures of Herbivores
      • Brachiosaurus =
      • Triceratops =
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    • Pictures of Omnivores
      • Gallimimus =
      • Ornithomimus =
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    • Weights
      • All dinosaurs varied in size.
      • Ranged in weights from 4-6 lbs all the way up to 160,000 lbs!
      • Most weighed more than 1,100 lbs.
      • Few weighted less than 100 lbs
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    • Sizes
      • Dinosaurs range from many different sizes.
      • The smallest is close to the size of a chicken.
      • The largest are over 100 feet tall!
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    • Fossils
      • Dinosaurs reproduced by laying eggs.
      • People discovered dinosaurs by siting some of these possible dinosaur egg fragments.
      • A Protoceratops, a horned dino egg, has been discovered in Mongolia and France.
      • Fragments of presumed eggs have also been discovered in Brazil, Portugal, Tanzania, and the U.S. states of Colorado, Montana, and Utah, along with Alberta in Canada and also in the Gobi Desert.
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    • Dinosaur Video Clip Quit Click on the image above to play video
    • Author’s Page
      • My name is Abigail Krafft and I am currently attending Grand Valley State University in order to fulfill my Bachelor’s degree with a major in English and a minor in Elementary Education.
      • Please feel free to email me @:
      • [email_address]
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    • References
      • http://www2.scholastic.com/browse/article.jsp?id=5006
      • http:// teacher.scholastic.com/activities/dinosaurs/dinotimes /
      • http://www.sedl.org/scimath/pasopartners/dinosaurs/ap1.html
      • http:// www.dinosaurjungle.com/dinosaur_species.php
      • http://streaming.discoveryeducation.com/search/assetDetail.cfm?guidAssetID =58E4B594-357D-45F9-879D-A47F951E384C
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    • Concept Map Quit