Dinosaur Facts

Deinonychus – Dinosaurs

The Deinonychus is a really interesting dinosaur that has answered a lot of questions about dinosaurs and has created a whole lot more questions. One of the biggest questions the Deinonychus created was whether dinosaurs were warm-blooded or cold-blooded. Before scientists started to study the Deinonychus, they mostly believed that dinosaurs were slow, cold-blooded animals. …

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Velociraptor – Dinosaur facts

The movie Jurassic Park turned the Velociraptor into one of the most well-known names in the dinosaurs. If Velociraptors were still alive today, they would probably think this was pretty cool…except for one problem: The Velociraptors in Jurassic Park were nothing like the real-life version of these dinosaurs! In fact, the “Velociraptors” in that movie …

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Triceratops – Dinosaurs

The Triceratops was the last type of dinosaur to become extinct, which means that they lived more recently than any other dinosaur! The Triceratops is very easy to recognize, because it had three horns on its face and a really big head. In fact, the head of the Triceratops could be longer than a full-grown …

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