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Spinosaurus

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What the Dino Saw

Photos, videos and models were obtained at

Canberra’s National Dinosaur Museum.

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Spinosaurus

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What does its name mean? – Spine lizard

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What did they eat? – Scientists aren’t sure whether it was a hunter like the T-rex or a fish eater. We do know it ate meat.

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When did they live? – They lived around 112 to 97 million years ago.

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How big were they? – It’s though they could grow to over 12m and up to 18m long.

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You can see a model of  man beside a spinosaurus model in the photo below.

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Schools and students have permission to use this graphic for non-commercial, educational purposes.

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The video below shows an animated model of a spinosaurus at Canberra’s National Dinosaur Museum.

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The fully grown spinosaurus was larger than a T-rex but they weren’t alive at the same time. I wonder what might have happened if a T-Rex and a spinosaurus met?

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Schools and students have permission to use this graphic for non-commercial, educational purposes.

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Here is the Wikipedia link with more information about the spinosaurus

Spinosaurus

 

 

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