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While most people presume that Dinosaurs had leathery or scaly skin, many in fact had feathers, even though they could not fly! The tooth of a T-Rex including its root, could be up to ten inches long! The Achelousaurus was a quadrupedel herbivore, which means it walked on all four of its legs. The Afrovenator is a Dinosaur whose name means ‘African Hunter’. The Iguanodon was one of the very first Dinosaurs to be discovered, but was THE first Dinosaur to be actually named! The Tyrannosaurus Rex was believed to weigh around 7 tonnes!

Like current animals there are both meat eating and plant eating animals known as Carnivores, and Herbivores respectively. Early finds of Dinosaur bones where original thought to be Dragon bones by the Chinese back during the Western Jin Dynasty (265-316). The study of Dinosaurs is called - Palaeontology, and is studied by - palaeontologists. Some Dinosaurs walked on two legs (bipeds), and some on four (quadrupeds). One of the most famous films featuring Dinosaurs was ‘Jurassic Park’! Remains of Dinosaurs are called fossils, and are dug up out of the ground.

The Dinosaur with the longest name has to be - Micropachycephalosaurus - which translates as ‘tiny thick-headed lizard’. Some Dinosaurs had more than 1000 teeth! It is generally thought that the fiercest dinosaur is ‘Tyrannosaurus Rex’! The largest Dinosaur bone in the world comes from an Argentinosaurus whose back bone was 5 feet high, by 4 feet wide. The Dinosaur with the longest neck was Mamenchisaurus, which was 33 feet long. The biggest meat eater was Giganotosaurus, its skull was six feet long.

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