Looking at-- Allosaurus

a dinosaur from the Jurassic period by Brown, Mike

Publisher: G. Stevens in Milwaukee

Written in English
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Edition Notes

Includes index.

Statementby Mike Brown ; illustrated by Tony Gibbons.
SeriesThe New dinosaur collection
ContributionsGibbons, Tony, ill.
LC ClassificationsQE862.S3 B76 1994
The Physical Object
Pagination24 p. :
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1426007M
ISBN 100836810821
LC Control Number93037056

Camptosaurus is an ornithopod dinosaur from North America that lived during the Late Jurassic period. First discovered in , there have been more than 20 skulls and 12 skeletons found to date of this dinosaur. This leads scientists to think of it as a fairly common plant-eater of the last part of the Jurassic and the first part of the Cretaceous. It belongs to the same family as Iguanodon Height: 3 feet. 30 Aug - Allosaurus inspiration for Project Isabella Graphic Workshop for developing our clipart, graphics to buy individually, zipped or as craftartist digikit #craftartist. See more ideas about Prehistoric animals, Prehistoric and Prehistoric creatures pins. Allosaurus is a genus o lairge theropod dinosaur that lived tae million years ago during the late Jurassic period (Kimmeridgian tae early Tithonian). References [ eedit | eedit soorce ] ↑ Turner, C.E. and Peterson, F., ().Clade: Dinosauria.   Directed by Irvin S. Yeaworth Jr.. With Ward Ramsey, Paul Lukather, Kristina Hanson, Alan Roberts. After undersea explosions near a Caribbean island, prehistoric creatures are unleashed on the unsuspecting population. Freed from his watery tomb, as well, is a very friendly Neanderthal man who proceeds to befriend a local orphan boy. The boy, Neanderthal and irritated dinosaur make for an 5/10(K).

Allosaurus was a large theropod dinosaur from the Jurassic period, a predatory carnivore.. Allosaurus averaged metres (28 ft) in length, though some remains suggest it could reach over 12 meters (39 ft). Its three-fingered forelimbs were smaller than its large hind legs, and the body was balanced by a long, heavy tail. It weighed 2/3 : Sauropsida. The Ballad of Big Al (distributed as Allosaurus: a Walking with Dinosaurs Special) is a combination biography-sequel for Walking With focuses on an Allosaurus jimmadseni named Big Al and his constant struggle to survive in a world filled with danger.. The special begins at the University of Wyoming, showing the bones of a sauropod followed by an Allosaurus named Big Al.

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Looking At Allosaurus book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5(7). Allosaurus: A Dinosaur from the Jurassic Period (The New Dinosaur Collection) Library Binding – January 1, by Mike Brown (Author) › Visit Amazon's Mike Brown Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more.

See search results for this author. Are you an author. 5/5(1). The Looking at Dinosaurs book series by multiple authors includes books Looking At Tyrannosaurus Rex: A Dinosaur from the Cretaceous Period (The New Dinosaur Collection), Looking At Velociraptor: A Dinosaur from the Cretaceous Period (The New Dinosaur Collection), Looking At-- Vulcanodon: A Dinosaur from the Jurassic Period (The New Dinosaur Collection), and several more.

Roam the forest looking for an Allosaurus. Spot tiny feathered Microraptors in the sky. Dive deep to hunt for giant sea reptiles like the Plesiosaur. Every page is packed with things to discover, making this Seek and Find book fun to revisit again and again/5().

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Get this from a library. Looking at-- Allosaurus: a dinosaur from the Jurassic period. [Mike Brown; Tony Gibbons] -- This book introduces the allosaurus, a predator that lived in what is now North America.

Allosaurus was a typical large theropod, having a massive skull on a short neck, a long, slightly sloping tail and reduced forelimbs.

Allosaurus fragilis, the best-known species, had an average length of m (28 ft), with the largest definitive Allosaurus specimen (AMNH ) estimated at meters (32 feet) long, and an estimated weight of metric tons ( short tons).Clade: Dinosauria.

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Kirk must be congratulated for the unusual perspective, and for the s, this is a good Allosaurus. It does have a slightly truncated and overly wide-looking head, which although sporting two horns in front of the eyes as it should, is missing the distinctive twin ridges along the snout.

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With its knifelike teeth and strong, sharp claws, Allosaurus was a fierce hunter and one of the most common big predators of the Late Jurassic urus preyed on the rhino-sized may also have attacked the young of giant plant-eaters such as evidence shows that its prey fought back, making every hunt a potential life-or-death struggle for Allosaurus.

Looking through the book I felt this would definitely be great for maybe ages 8+, and having since checked, that is almost the publishers recommended ages too, being for year olds. Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc. A large carnivorous, or meat-eating, dinosaur, Allosaurus was a fierce predator that inhabited North America and probably Africa, Australia, and Asia during the late Jurassic period, approximately to million years urus is classified as a member of the family Allosauridae, which belongs to the order Saurischia (the lizard-hipped dinosaurs).

Tail spikes. Stegosaurus defended itself by attacking its enemies with its spiked urus bones have been found with holes made by Stegosaurus tail spikes. Toes. 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. Allosaurus was a large carnivorous dinosaur (a carnosaur) of the Late Jurassic period. The name Allosaurus (al-o-soar-us) means "different lizard" and was considered one of, if not, the largest predator that lived on the land, in the Late Jurassic Era, , BCE.

Allosaurus was also the first giant predatory dinosaur to walk North American. It was the top predator and King of Attributes: Large streamlined shape for killing dinosaurs. Allosaurus and its relatives were fierce and dangerous predators. Dinosaurs in this group had deadly claws and razor-sharp teeth.

Find out more about this fearsome group of dinosaurs that walked the earth millions of years ago. Travel back to a time when dinosaurs roamed. See meat-eating Author: Megan Cooley Peterson. [Question] Looking for a dinosaur book I used to read when I was little.

Close. Posted by. u/almightycthulhu. Team Tyrannosaurus Rex. 4 years ago. Archived. Looking at Brachiosaurus - Reviewed by Jackson C. (age 8) member(s) of the Spaghetti Book Club. I like the book because it told that Brachiosaurus could fight an allosaurus.

My favorite part was when it fought a meat-eating dinosaur because it was a meat-eater and a plant-eater fighting each other. About Allosaurus. Allosaurus Mounted skeleton of "Big Al" at the Houston Museum of Natural Science was a theropod of the Late Jurassic that lived from to million years ago.

It was a predator with a massive skull, serrated teeth, and gaping jaws. Allosaurus had brow horns which appear to have varied somewhat in shape between individuals.

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Check out this fabulous printable activity pack. Perfect for Kindergarten and 1st grade students. Learn more here. Kids-Dinosaurs › Dinosaur Coloring Book. This book introduces readers to the physical characteristics, behavior, habitat, and fossil record of Allosaurus.

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.

ARK: Survival Evolved > General Discussions > Topic Details. Omaeka. @ pm Allosaurus on The Island I know they exist but I've only ever seen 2 groups since July around the mountain at 20,80 but have never seen them anywhere else.

Wiki says they are common to the Redwoods but I've lived here for a while and never seen one. Where Brachiosaurus roams, Allosaurus and Ceratosaurus are never too far behind, skulking and scowling and looking all mean. Happily, both animals have the correct number of horns on their heads – quite remarkable at a time when Allosaurus‘ head tended to be smoothed over for what I suppose were aesthetic addition, and in spite of their upright stance, both creatures have.

Allosaurus Vs Brachiosaurus (Dinosaur Wars) by O'Hearn, Michael and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Allosaurus weighed two tons and grew to metres (35 feet) in length, although fossils indicate that some individuals could have reached 12 metres.

Half the body length consisted of a well-developed tail, and Allosaurus, like all theropod dinosaurs, was a biped. It had very strong hind limbs and a massive pelvis with strongly forward- (anteriorly) and rearward- (posteriorly) directed.

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Is Allosaurus any good. It seems to have very lackluster attack(35 is as much as carno, which is lower then the ♥♥♥♥ing beaver, if that makes any sense. Heck, the alpha only has 47 which is barely better then the beaver, only by 2pts), decent health and horrendous stamina.

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Adult large-bodied theropods are often found with numerous pathologies. A large, almost complete, probably adult Allosaurus specimen from the Howe Stephens Quarry, Morrison Formation (Late Kimmeridgian–Early Tithonian), Wyoming, exhibits multiple pathologies. Pathologic bones include the left dentary, two cervical vertebrae, one cervical and several dorsal ribs, the left scapula, the left.1.

What does the term dinosaur mean? Who used that term for the first time? The word Dinosaur is a Latinized combination of the Greek roots “deinos” [terrible] and “sauros” [lizard] - so the word means Terrible Richard Owen, a British anatomist and taxonomist, coined the term in the early s after determining that a set of fossil bones he studied, including those of.