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Dinosors

  1. 1. Dinos
  2. 2. Dinos A life that has be lost for ever
  3. 3. Dinos A life that has be lost for ever
  4. 4. GENERAL ANATOMY
  5. 5. GENERAL ANATOMY Dinosaurs were land-dwelling reptiles that walked with an erect stance. Their unique hip structure caused their legs to stick out under their bodies, and not sprawl out from the side (as with other reptiles). When dinosaurs first evolved from more primitive archosaurs, they were bipedal (they walked on two legs). Much later, some dinosaur groups returned to a four-legged stance, most having rear legs much larger than their front legs .
  6. 6. New Zealand crocodile
  7. 7. New Zealand crocodile Could it be true that crocodiles once roamed in New Zealand….or is it a croc? Lake Manuherikia, as geologists call it, stretched from Tarras to Roxburgh and from the Pisa Range to the Maniototo Plain – an area of about 5,600 sq km. Life abounded here and studies so far have only scratched the surface.
  8. 8. DINOSAUR DEFENSIVE WEAPONS AND MANEUVERS
  9. 9. DINOSAUR DEFENSIVE WEAPONS AND MANEUVERS Dinosaurs were armed with built-in defensive weapons and behaviors that were used for dealing with interspecies rivalry or as protection from carnivores (meat eaters). These included: • Horns, Claws, and Spikes - Many dinosaurs had deadly, knife-like protuberances that were excellent protection from being eaten Head butting Wannanosaurus, and other thick-skulled dinosaurs may used head butting to repel predators.
  10. 10. HERDS AND PACKS OF DINOSAURS Some dinosaur species apparently lived in groups, as revealed by fossil evidence, which includes: • many fossils found together in bonebeds (large deposits of bones of the same species in an area) • fossilized trackways of many dinosaurs travelling together • large groups of fossilized nests grouped together.
  11. 11. aprintley a big comet came and hit the earth and it made a big dust cloed and the dinos got to cold and died out
  12. 12. HOW THEY DIED OUT aprintley a big comet came and hit the earth and it made a big dust cloed and the dinos got to cold and died out
  13. 13. aprintley a big comet came and hit the earth and it made a big dust cloed and the dinos got to cold and died out
  14. 14. aprintley a big comet came and hit the earth and it made a big dust cloed and the dinos got to cold and died out
  15. 15. did the dinos live yes we have all the prof of dinos did rome the earth but ask god
  16. 16. did the dinos live yes we have all the prof of dinos did rome the earth but ask god
  17. 17. did the dinos live yes we have all the prof of dinos did rome the earth but ask god
  18. 18. did the dinos live yes we have all the prof of dinos did rome the earth but ask god
  19. 19. did the dinos live yes we have all the prof of dinos did rome the earth but ask god
  20. 20. by liam fitzsimon cooper
  21. 21. by liam fitzsimon cooper
  22. 22. thank you for watching by liam fitzsimon cooper

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