Spinosaurus is called 'spiny lizard' because it had a series of spines up to 6 feet (1.8 m) long coming out if its back, perhaps forming a sail-like fin that may have helped in thermo-regulation. Spinosaurus dated from the late Cretaceous period and was a bipedal (walked on two legs) predator about 40-50 feet long (12-15 m), weighing 4 tons or more.
Spinosaurus (which means 'spiny lizard') was a huge semi-aquatic dinosaur from the Cretaceous, 112 to 93.5 million years ago. It had paddle-like feet and nostrils on top of its crocodile-like head.This would let it submerge as a crocodile does. The same research suggests it was perhaps larger than Tyrannosaurus rex, but more clumsy on land, moving as a quadruped.
Spinosaurus Pronunciation: SPINE-oh-SORE-us Name meaning: 'thorn lizard' Type of dinosaur: large theropod Length: 18.0m Weight: 4000kg. Diet: carnivorous Teeth: flat and blade-like Food: fish and maybe other dinosaurs How it moved: on 2 legs When it lived: Late Cretaceous, 95-70 million years ago Found in: Egypt, Morocco. Spinosaurus is only known from fragmentary remains. Size estimates range.Let's check out some of the genera that belong to the Spinosauridae family. Spinosaurus. Let's begin with the 'new king of dinosaurs,' Spinosaurus. Okay, okay we'll leave T. rex as the king, but.About Spinosaurus. Spinosaurus was one of the largest theropod dinosaurs and lived 112 to 97 million years ago in the Cretaceous period. The exact size of this prehistoric behemoth is under debate but recent finds and studies have suggested that Spinosaurus reached a length of 41-59 ft and weighed as much as 20 tons. It had an unusual appearance and is famous for the long, distinctive spines.
Spinosaurus was created in 1999 as part of a secret project InGen funded after covertly re-activating one of Isla Sorna's facilities for several months. Created alongside other new dinosaurs, it was never officially on InGen's list. While details are scarce, it is known Dr. Wu engineered it to test the potential of genetic splicing, meaning while the base genome of the animal later seen in.Read More
Essay. Spinosaurus had a body like that of a lean tyrannosaur, a head like that of a titanic crocodile and a sail on its back like that of a mythical dragon! The teeth of this carnivore were also unusual. Unlike most other big meat-eaters, Spinosaurus had straight, conical teeth that indicate it dined mostly on fish! This healthy diet helped Spinosaurus become one of the longest known.Read More
For 160 million years, dinosaurs ruled the Earth. These prehistoric lizards ranged in size from the size of hummingbirds, to lumbering giants the size of a truck. They were reptiles, but very different from modern-day reptiles. Birds are the closest living relatives of the dinosaurs. The longest and heaviest animals ever to walk the Earth were giant dinosaurs called sauropods. Quiz. Quiz.Read More
Spinosaurus is a genus of spinosaurid dinosaur that originated in Early Cretaceous Africa. One of the largest species of carnivorous theropod, Spinosaurus is first encountered during the main campaign as a wild animal on Isla Sorna. Spinosaurus fossils can then be excavated from the Bahariya Formation and Chenini Formation. In the Secrets of Dr. Wu expansion pack, Spinosaurus can be fused with.Read More
Apr 16, 2017 - The Spino Difference by artisticallyautistic. Stay safe and healthy. Please practice hand-washing and social distancing, and check out our resources for adapting to these times.Read More
Media Essay- Mr Bush Jehpal Jhita. Film Extract- Jurassic Park 3: T rex fight scene vs Spinosaurus. The film sequence that I am going to be describing is a short extract from the Jurassic Park Trilogy. The extract is from the final movie, Jurassic Park 3. The extract consists of a fight scene between the two largest predators in the history of the universe, Tyrannosaurus Rex and Spinosaurus.Read More
Stegosaurus is a dinosaur that lived around 155 million years ago—during the Jurassic Period—in the Western portion of North America and parts of Europe. It was an herbivorous quadruped known for its rounded back and its double row of back plates that end with a a double pair of spikes on this dinosaur’s tail. This dinosaur was first discovered in 1877 by Othniel Charles Marsh during the.Read More
A Strange Dinosaur May Have Swum the Rivers of Africa. The Spinosaurus possessed a long, powerful tail. Paleontologists think the dinosaur used that to propel itself through water.Read More
What did the Tyrannosaurus Rex eat? The T-rex ate meat from other animals and dinosaurs, however, there is much debate over whether the Tyrannosaurus Rex was a predator (hunted and killed it's own food) or whether it was a scavenger (meaning it stole food from other predators). Many scientists think that the dinosaur did both. A lot depends on how fast the dinosaur was. Some say the T-Rex was.Read More
Many people are unaware that there's a difference between alligators and crocodiles and use both terms interchangeably to describe any large water-dwelling lizard with big teeth. What they don't realize is that, despite some similarities, the two reptiles don't look or behave the same. They also belong to different biological families. 8 ways to tell alligators and crocodiles apart: Shape of.Read More