Jurassic period

Dinosaur Stegosaur lived during the Late Jurassic period, some 155 to 150 million years ago. I

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Allosaurus was the largest of the carnivorous dinosaurs that lived in the late Jurassic period, some 155 - 150 million years ago.

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Apatosaurus was one of the biggest dinosaurs, and enimal that ever lived on Earth. Apatosaurus was asauropod (long-necked) and he was a plan eater. 

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Dicraeosaurus was a small sauropod dinosaur! Dicraeosaurus used to live in what is today Tanzania, Africa, some 200 million years ago.

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Pliosaurus means "more lizard" - its name is derived from Ancient Greek words "pleion" meaning "more" and "sauros" meaning "lizard" in reference to its shape which appears to be closer to lizards than to other dinosaurs.

Pliosaurus was a genus of large carnivorous marine reptiles that lived in the Late Jurassic Period, about 145 million years ago.

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Dinosaur toys - Dilophosaurus!

Standing on its own two feet, this dinosaur liked to show off its crested head and S-shaped neck. Speedy and lean, this carnivore picked up scraps for supper. At twenty feet long, the Dilophosaurus weighed half a ton. With three claws on its hands, this dinosaur had an extra claw on its feet called a dewclaw.

Best ever Dinosaur toys - Dilophosaurus!

We will be presenting best dinosaur toys on the web. In front of you we have a Collecta’s Cryolophosaurus dinosaur toy! Photos are from Dinotoyblog.

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Best long neck dinosaur pictures and toys - Patagosaurus!

The name comes from the location of its find in Patagonia (Greek for "Patagonian lizard"), as its fossilized remains have been discovered in that geographic region of Argentina.

This herbivorous dinosaur lived in the late Jurassic period, some 163 - 161 million years ago. It was up to 18 m long, and weighed between 5 and 10 tons.

Patagosaurus had a small skull, with a muzzle similar to that of today's giant see turtle. It had an elongated neck, massive trunk, and an extraordinarily long tail. This clumsy prehistoric giant moved slowly on its four thick, pillar-like legs. Its four-toed feet were armed with four sharp claws each.

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Cryolophosaurus is a genus of large theropods that existed in the early Jurassic period, some 190 million years ago, in what today is Antarctica. It was 5 m high, 6.5 m long, and 500 kg in weight, making it one of the largest theropods of its time.

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