Dinosaur Types

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Dinosaur Types

  1. 1. Types of Dinosaurs<br />We will learn about different types of dinosaurs!<br />Kimberly Mason<br />
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  3. 3. Anatotitanpronounced: Ann-at-owe-tie-tann<br />Duck billed dinosaur.<br />Known to have lived up to extinction.<br />33 feet long.<br />Weighed 7,000 pounds.<br />Plant eater. <br />
  4. 4. Triceratopspronounced: Try-serra-tops<br />Three horned dinosaur.<br />29.50 feet long.<br />Weighed 12,000 pounds.<br />Lived in Cretaceous period. <br />Plant eater.<br />
  5. 5. Gallimimuspronounced: Gal-ee-mim-uss<br />Ostrich type dinosaur.<br />6 meters long.<br />Weighed 875 pounds.<br />Lived in Late Cretaceous period.<br />Ate Plants and animals.<br />
  6. 6. Minmipronounced: Min-mee<br />Armored dinosaur.<br />10 feet long.<br />Weighed 1,100 pounds.<br />Lived in early Cretaceous period.<br />Plant eater.<br />
  7. 7. Tyrannosaurspronounced: Tie-ran-owe-sore-uss<br />Large meat eater.<br />40 feet tall.<br />Weighed 12,000 pounds.<br />Lived in late Cretaceous period.<br />Meat eater.<br />
  8. 8. Prenocephalepronounced: Pren-owe-seff-ah-lee<br />Bonehead dinosaur.<br />8 feet long.<br />Weighed 220 pounds.<br />Lived in late Cretaceous period.<br />Plant eater.<br />
  9. 9. Pteranodonpronounced: Tear-ann-owe-don<br />Flying dinosaur.<br />30 feet long.<br />Weighed 40 pounds.<br />Lived in late Cretaceous period.<br />Eats small ocean animals.<br />
  10. 10. Mesosaurspronounced: Mezz-owe-sore-uss<br />Swimming reptile.<br />3 Feet long.<br />Weight: unknown<br />Lived in Permian period.<br />Eats small ocean animals.<br />
  11. 11. Bibliography<br />http://www.enchantedlearning.com/subject/dinosaurs/<br />http://www.kidsdinos.com<br />http://www.search4dinosaurs.com<br />

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