To the delight of the youngest denizens of Belgrade and their parents, and of all dinosaur lovers, a permanent exhibition of dinosaurs is scheduled to be open in Belgrade Kalemegdan Park.

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Carcharodontosaurus is a genus of carnivorous dinosaurs that existed between 100 and 93 million years ago, during the mid-Cretaceous Period.

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Arhaeopteryx images!

The name derives from the Ancient Greek "archaios" meaning "ancient", and "pteryx" meaning "feather" or "wing".
Archaeopteryx is the oldest known bird. It lived in the Late Jurassic, around 150 million years ago. Its fossilized
remains have been discovered in Bavaria, Southern Germany.

Archaeopteryx is a genus of small bird-like dinosaur, a transitional form between dinosaurs and birds. It had wings
covered with feathers very similar to modern-day bird feathers, and it could fly. On the other hand, it had jaws with a large number of sharp teeth, three fingers with claws, and a large bony tail, features it shared with other dinosaurs of the time.

Archaeopteryx was similar in size to a raven. It could grow to about 0.5 m in length, and weighed between 0.8 and 1 kg.


Acrocanthosaurus was a bipedal animal, i.e. moving on its hind legs, with a heavy tail counterbalancing the head and body. It's forelimbs were relatively shorter and each hand bore three clawed digits.

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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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Best Dinosaur toy pics - Saichania!

It had spike-like protrusions all over its body and head. A Saichania was around seven metres long and covered in spiky armour. With its mace-like tail, it could defend itself against attackers. With its complex airways and unusually hard gums, this dinosaur was well adapted to life in the desert where it fed on hard-leaved plants.


Best Dinosaur toys - Stegosaurus (Schleich)!

With its interesting, prominent features, the Stegosaurus was a herbivore with plates on its back, a spiked tail, small head and long legs. With seventeen plates and spikes measuring about 30 centimetres in length, this dinosaur was always ready to defend itself. Measuring ten metres in length, the Stegosaurus had a brain no bigger than a walnut. Its hind legs were twice as long as its front ones.

This herbivore armed with pencil-like teeth spent most of its time grazing and swallowing its food without chewing. Despite its small head and even smaller brain, this was one of the largest land animals ever existing. With a length of 25 metres and hip height of more than three metres, this dinosaur weighed almost forty tonnes.

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Tyrannosaurus rex ("tyrant lizard", from the Ancient Greek "tyrannos" meaning "tyrant" and "sauros" meaning "lizard" + "rex" meaning "king" in Latin, to reflect its dominant role in the world of dinosaurs) is one of the largest known land predators. It existed in the Upper Cretaceous Period, about 68 - 66 million years ago, in what is today North America.

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