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Albertosaurus

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What the Dino Saw Next

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Albertosaurus tooth replica

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What does its name mean? – Alberta lizard

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What did they eat? – Albertosaurus was a meat eater.

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When did they live? – Albertosaurus lived about 70 million years ago.

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How big were they? – They could grow to a length of up to about 9m long.

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Click on the video below to see the Albertosaurus…

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Here is the Wikipedia link with more information about carcharodontosaurus

Carcharodontosaurus

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Carcharodontosaurus tooth (replica)

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

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What does its name mean? – Shark toothed lizard

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What did they eat? – Carcharodontosaurus were meat eaters.

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When did they live? – Carcharodontosaurus lived around 100 to 93  million years ago.

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How big were they? – They could grow to a length of up to about 13m

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Click on the video below to see the carcharodontosaurus…

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Here is the Wikipedia link with more information about carcharodontosaurus

Carcharodontosaurus

Which is the spinosaurus tooth?

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What the Dino Saw Next

Photos, videos and models were obtained at

Canberra’s National Dinosaur Museum.

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

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Which tooth belonged to the spinosaurus?

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Did you guess number 3?

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Let’s find out more about the other teeth…

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Number 1

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Carcharodontosaurus

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Number 2

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Albertosaurus

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Number 4

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Tarbosaurus

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Iguanodon

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What the Dino Saw Next

Photos, videos and models were obtained at

Canberra’s National Dinosaur Museum.

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Iguanodon

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

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What does its name mean? – iguana tooth

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What did they eat? – They were plant eaters.

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When did they live? – Iguanodons lived around 135 to 125  million years ago.

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How big were they? – They could grow up to about 13 metres long

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Click on the video below to see the iguanodon move…

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Here is the Wikipedia link with more information about iguanodon

Iguanodon

Carnotaurus

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Photos, videos and models were obtained at

Canberra’s National Dinosaur Museum.

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Carnotaurus

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

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What does its name mean? – Meat eating bull

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What did they eat? – They were meat eaters.

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When did they live? – Carnotaurus lived around 72 to 70  million years ago.

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How big were they? – They grew up to about 9m long.

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Click on the video below to see the carnotaurus move…

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Here is the Wikipedia link with more information about carnotaurus

Carnotaurus