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It is generally thought that the fiercest dinosaur is ‘Tyrannosaurus Rex’! The largest Dinosaur bone in the world comes from an Argentinosaurus whose back bone was 5 feet high, by 4 feet wide. The Dinosaur with the longest neck was Mamenchisaurus, which was 33 feet long. The biggest meat eater was Giganotosaurus, its skull was six feet long. The most Dinosaur eggs found in a preserved nest was 24. It is thought that some Dinosaurs could climb trees, and some could swim, but they could not fly! The Dinosaurs with the shortest names are Mei and Kol, both which are feathered Dinosaurs from China.
It is thought that the T-Rex could eat up to 500 pounds (that’s 230 kilograms) of meat in just one bite! The Corythosaurus was a crested ‘duck-billed’ dinosaur. Its name means ‘Helmet Lizard’. The Diplodocus is believed to be the longest of the land animals but not the heaviest. Most of its length was in its tail! While most people presume that Dinosaurs had leathery or scaly skin, many in fact had feathers, even though they could not fly! The tooth of a T-Rex including its root, could be up to ten inches long!
The very first Dinosaur to be officially named was the Megalosaurus, in 1824. It is believed that what killed off the Dinosaurs was a massive asteroid impact throwing up debris into the atmosphere, which blocked out the sun. It is thought that the fastest Dinosaur was the Coelophysis, which they think could reach 30 mph for short distances. It is believed the cleverest Dinosaur was the Troodon! Creatures which lived in the sea at the same time, are not called Dinosaurs even though living at the same time.
50 Quick Dinosaur Facts by Paul Andrews