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Stegosaurus the dinosaur with the smallest brain by Elizabeth J. Sandell

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Published by Bancroft-Sage Pub. in Mankato, MN, USA .
Written in English

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  • Stegosaurus -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Stegosaurus.,
  • Dinosaurs.

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An introduction to the physical characteristics, habits, and natural environment of the plant-eating dinosaur who measured between twenty and thirty feet but whose brain was about the size of a walnut shell.

Edition Notes

Statementby Elizabeth J. Sandell.
SeriesDinosaur discovery era
ContributionsOelerich, Marjorie L., Schroeder, Howard., Vista III Design.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQE862.O65 S35 1988
The Physical Object
Pagination31 p. :
Number of Pages31
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2525865M
ISBN 100944280021, 0944280080
LC Control Number88000995

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This timeline of stegosaur research is a chronological listing of events in the history of paleontology focused on the stegosaurs, the iconic plate-backed, spike-tailed herbivorous eurypod dinosaurs that predominated during the Jurassic period. The first scientifically documented stegosaur remains were recovered from Early Cretaceous strata in England . Stegosaurus (meaning "roof-lizard") was a type of plant-eating dinosaur which lived in what is now western North America.. Stegosaurus lived in the Upper Jurassic period around to million years ago. It is one of the most easily recognized dinosaurs, with its distinctive double row of kite-shaped plates on its back, and the long spikes on its : Sauropsida. Stegosaurus is easily one of the best known dinosaurs and is recognized all over the world. It is the largest and most famous member of the stegosaur family. It roamed the open plains of the Late Jurassic Period in what is now North America. The plates along its back, its small head and spiked tail make it a peculiar and unique dinosaur. This plant-eater evolved to find its food in Height: 4 meters (13 feet). Get this from a library! Stegosaurus. [Angela Sheehan; John Francis] -- Follows a stegosaurus through two busy days as he copes with other dinosaurs, mates, and joins a new herd.

Stegosaurus, (genus Stegosaurus), one of the various plated dinosaurs (Stegosauria) of the Late Jurassic Period ( million to million years ago) recognizable by its spiked tail and series of large triangular bony plates along the back. Stegosaurus usually grew to a length of about metres (21 feet), but some reached 9 metres (30 feet). The skull and brain were very small for . This book introduces readers to the physical characteristics, behavior, habitat, and fossil record of Stegosaurus. Vivid photographs and easy-to-read text aid comprehension for early readers. Features include a table of contents, an infographic, fun facts, Making Connections questions, a glossary, and an index.   The Dippy Dinosaur in the book is more of a brachiosaurus than a stegosaurus so, since a brachiosaurus would not do at all, I needed to go a bit off-piste with the head and tail pieces. I had a bit of a doodle and decided to try for something like this. Triceratops and Stegosaurus were just plant eaters, but they still had some nasty weapons. Learn all about their defenses and how these brawny beasts may have clashed with each other inside." Preview this book».