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8 Replies to “ Oh Stegosaurus - Mike Croft & Chris Croft - The Dinosaur Record (Cassette) ”

  1. Stegosaurus is one of the most elaborately-ornamented dinosaurs. This Jurassic herbivore is decked with 17 broad bony plates from its neck down its back, with the tip of its tail bearing four long spikes. When threatened, Stegosaurus will turn its head back to look over .
  2. Stegosaurus fossils come from the Morrison Formation in the western USA and date to between and million years ago. Some have recently been found in Portugal from the same time period, so.
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  4. Jul 04,  · Terri the Triceratops makes a new dino friend - Steggy the Stegosaurus. Dinosaur Songs from Dinostory by Howdytoons Official video for "Stegosaurus" - from Dinostory .
  5. Dinostory: Stegosaurus Here comes Stegosaurus, walking through the forest. In this excerpt, the fifth chapter of Mike Whitla’s song rock opera, Dinostory, a little triceratops joins the stegosaurus on a journey through the forest.
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  7. Stegosaurus walked on its toes, which were supported by thick, wedge-shaped pads. Throat guard. Flexible, armorlike scales protected the throat of Stegosaurus. Bony plates. The bony plates on Stegosaurus’s back were set into the skin and not attached to the skeleton. They could be flushed with blood, perhaps to control the dinosaur’s body.
  8. Stegosaurus is a dinosaur that lived around 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 .

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