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Astrodon (aster: star, odon: tooth) is a genus of large herbivorous sauropod dinosaur, related to Brachiosaurus, that lived in what is now the eastern United States during the Early Cretaceous period. Its fossils have been found in the Arundel Formation, which has been dated through palynomorphs to the Aptian-Albian boundary, about 112 million years ago.[1] Adults are estimated to have been more than 9 m (30 ft) high and 15 to 18 m (50 to 60 ft) long.

Astrodon (aster: star, odon: tooth) is a genus of large herbivorous sauropod dinosaur, related to Brachiosaurus, that lived in what is now the eastern United States during the Early Cretaceous period. Its fossils have been found in the Arundel Formation, which has been dated through palynomorphs to the Aptian-Albian boundary, about 112 million years ago.[1] Adults are estimated to have been more than 9 m (30 ft) high and 15 to 18 m (50 to 60 ft) long.

Amurosaurus (/əˌmʊərɵˈsɔrəs/; "Amur lizard") is a genus of lambeosaurine hadrosaurid dinosaur found in the latest Cretaceous period (65.5 million years ago)[1] of eastern Asia. Like most lambeosaurs, it would have been a primarily bipedal herbivore with a "duckbill" shaped snout and a hollow crest on top of its head, although such a crest has not been found. Fossil bones of adults are rare, but an adult would most likely have been at least 20 feet (6 m) long.

Amurosaurus (/əˌmʊərɵˈsɔrəs/; "Amur lizard") is a genus of lambeosaurine hadrosaurid dinosaur found in the latest Cretaceous period (65.5 million years ago)[1] of eastern Asia. Like most lambeosaurs, it would have been a primarily bipedal herbivore with a "duckbill" shaped snout and a hollow crest on top of its head, although such a crest has not been found. Fossil bones of adults are rare, but an adult would most likely have been at least 20 feet (6 m) long.

Camptosaurus (/ˌkæmptɵˈsɔrəs/ kamp-to-sawr-əs) is a genus of plant-eating, beaked ornithischian dinosaurs of the Late Jurassic period of western North America. The name means 'flexible lizard', (Greek καμπτος/kamptos meaning 'bent' and σαυρος/sauros meaning 'lizard').

Camptosaurus (/ˌkæmptɵˈsɔrəs/ kamp-to-sawr-əs) is a genus of plant-eating, beaked ornithischian dinosaurs of the Late Jurassic period of western North America. The name means 'flexible lizard', (Greek καμπτος/kamptos meaning 'bent' and σαυρος/sauros meaning 'lizard').

Brachyceratops - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Brachyceratops - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Andesaurus (/ˌændɨˈsɔrəs/ an-də-sawr-əs; "Andes lizard") is a genus of basal titanosaurian sauropod dinosaur which existed during the middle of the Cretaceous Period in South America. Like most sauropods, it would have had a small head on the end of a long neck and an equally long tail. Andesaurus was a very large sauropod, as were many others of its relatives, which included the largest animals ever to walk the Earth.

Andesaurus (/ˌændɨˈsɔrəs/ an-də-sawr-əs; "Andes lizard") is a genus of basal titanosaurian sauropod dinosaur which existed during the middle of the Cretaceous Period in South America. Like most sauropods, it would have had a small head on the end of a long neck and an equally long tail. Andesaurus was a very large sauropod, as were many others of its relatives, which included the largest animals ever to walk the Earth.

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Aviatyrannis jurassica by ~Teratophoneus

Aviatyrannis jurassica by ~Teratophoneus

Anserimimus (/ˌænsərɨˈmaɪməs/ an-sər-i-my-məs; "goose mimic") is a genus of ornithomimid theropod dinosaur, from the Late Cretaceous Period of what is now Mongolia. It was a lanky, fast-running animal, possibly an omnivore. From what fossils are known, it probably closely resembled other ornithomimids, except for its more powerful forelimbs.

Anserimimus (/ˌænsərɨˈmaɪməs/ an-sər-i-my-məs; "goose mimic") is a genus of ornithomimid theropod dinosaur, from the Late Cretaceous Period of what is now Mongolia. It was a lanky, fast-running animal, possibly an omnivore. From what fossils are known, it probably closely resembled other ornithomimids, except for its more powerful forelimbs.

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