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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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Here is the Wikipedia link with more information about carcharodontosaurus

Carcharodontosaurus

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Carcharodontosaurus tooth (replica)

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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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Here is the Wikipedia link with more information about carcharodontosaurus

Carcharodontosaurus

Iguanodon

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Photos, videos and models were obtained at

Canberra’s National Dinosaur Museum.

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Iguanodon

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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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Canberra’s National Dinosaur Museum.

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Carnotaurus

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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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Here is the Wikipedia link with more information about carnotaurus

Carnotaurus

Pteranodon

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Canberra’s National Dinosaur Museum.

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Pteranodon

The pteranodon were not dinosaurs. They were flying reptiles.

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What does its name mean? – Wing toothless

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What did they eat? – They probably ate mostly fish.

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When did they live? – Pteranodons lived around 85 to 75 million years ago.

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How big were they? – The pteranodons could have a wingspan (wingtip to wingtip) of over 6m.

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How many types of pteranodons were there? – Scientists have found over 1,200 species of pteranodons.

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Could they fly or only glide? – In early years many thought they could only glide but we now believe they could fly. Some were known to have flown long distances just like some birds migrate thousands of kilometres.

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Click on the video below to see one of the flying reptiles move.

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Here is the Wikipedia link with more information about pteranodon

Pteranodon