Synonyms of 'Dinosaurs'
allosaur(us)ankylosaur(us)apatosaur(us)atlantosaur(us)brachiosaur(us)brontosaur(us)ceratosaur(us)compsognathusdimetrodondiplodocusany herbivorous quadrupedal late Jurassic dinosaur of the genus Diplodocus, characterized by a very long neck and tail and a total body length of 27 metres: suborder Sauropoda (sauropods) dolichosaur(us)dromiosaur(us)elasmosaur(us)hadrosaur(us)ichthyosaur(us)iguanodon or iguanodonta massive herbivorous long-tailed bipedal dinosaur of the genus Iguanodon, common in Europe and N Africa in Jurassic and Cretaceous times: suborder Ornithopoda (ornithopods) megalosaur(us)mosasaur(us)oviraptora bipedal dinosaur of the late Cretaceous period, having a toothless jaw and long forelimbs with clawed fingers plesiosaur(us)pteranodona large tailless pterosaur, of the genus Pteranodon, of the late Cretaceous period, having a long bony crest, a toothless beak, and a wingspan of up to 23 feet pterodactyl or pterosaurany extinct flying reptile of the order Pterosauria, of Jurassic and Cretaceous times: included the pterodactyls protoceratopsstegodon or stegodontstegosaur(us)theropodany bipedal carnivorous saurischian dinosaur of the suborder Theropoda, having strong hind legs and grasping hands. They lived in Triassic to Cretaceous times and included tyrannosaurs and megalosaurs titanosaur(us)trachodontriceratopsany rhinoceros-like herbivorous dinosaur of the ornithischian genus Triceratops, of Cretaceous times, having a heavily armoured neck and three horns on the skull tyrannosaur(us)velociraptora type of bipedal dinosaur resembling a smaller T. Rex ▷ See dinosaur
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