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100 Dinosaurs [ Size Comparison ]
 
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[ Size Comparison ] 100 Dinosaurs by UNKNOWN Creator Music By Audio Library Childhood - Mike Chino https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RWaPL0km2fs Wallpaper - Kevin MacLeod https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fHbzB43hggo Ocean - THBD https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VAz3HfbdKyQ Pegomastax (by Tyranachu) 0.6 m. Mononykus (by HENDRIX) 1 m. Incisivosaurus (by HENDRIX) 1 m. Heyuannia (by Jannick) 1.5 m. Leaellynasaura (by JFD) 2 m. Protoceratops (by Okeanos) 2 m. Othnielia (by HENDRIX) 2 m. Minmi (by JFD) 2 m. Velociraptor (by JFD) 2 m. Orodromeus (by Austroraptor) 2.5 m. Coelophysis (by HENDRIX) 3 m. Stygimoloch (by Bill) 3 m. Guanlong (by DinoRexChris) 3 m. Proceratosaurus (by Tyranachu) 3 m. Deinonychus (by JFD) 3.4 m. Draconyx (by Ultamateterex2) 3.5 m. Crichtonsaurus (by Bill) 3.5 m. Anzu ( by Ulquiorra) 3.5 m. Ornithomimus (by Ludozoo) 3.8 m. Stokesosaurus (by JFD) 4 m. Gigantspinosaurus (by BossAggron) 4.2 m. Nasutoceratops (by Bill) 4.8 m. Kentrosaurus (by JFD) 5 m. Regaliceratops (by Tyranachu) 5 m. Pinacosaurus (by Tyranachu) 5 m. Dakotaraptor (by ZT2TH) 5.5 m. Dilophosaurus (by Andrew12 & Wolflinx) 6 m. Ceratosaurus (by Tyranachu) 6 m. Concavenator (by Ultamateterex2) 6 m. Miragaia (by Ultamateterex2) 6 m. Nanuqsaurus (by Tyranachu) 6 m. Xenoceratops (by PrimevalRaptor) 6 m. Siamotyrannus (by ZT2TH) 6.5 m. Ankylosaurus (by JFD) 7 m. Wuerhosaurus (by Bill) 7 m. Utahraptor (by Ultamateterex2) 7 m. Muttaburrasaurus (by HENDRIX) 7 m. Tupandactylus(by Renee & Whalebite) 2 m. Pteranodon (by HENDRIX) 3 m. Alanqa (by ZT2TH) 3 m. Azhdarcho (by HENDRIX) 4.5 m. Quetzalcoatlus (by ZT2TH) 5 m. Mixosaurus (by Austroraptor) 1 m. Henodus (Ringo & Lazardi) 1 m. Tatenectes (by Austroraptor) 2 m. Kaprosuchus (by Bill ) 3.3 m. Plesiosaurus (by Austroraptor) 3.5 m. Nothosaurus ( by Tyranachu) 4 m. Cryptoclidus (by HENDRIX)4 m. Platecarpus (by Okeanos) 4.3 m. Archelon ( by Tyranachu) 4.9 m. Koolasuchus ( by HENDRIX) 5 m. Ophthalmosaurus ( by HENDRIX) 6 m. Kaiwhekea(by Austroraptor) 7 m. Liopleurodon (by HENDRIX) 7 m. Rhomaleosaurus ( by Okeanos ) 7 m. Thalattoarchon ( by philly ) 8.6 m. Woolungasaurus (by Austroraptor) 9.5 m. Cymbospondylus (by HENDRIX) 10 m. Sarcosuchus ( by HENDRIX)11 m. Temnodontosaurus (by Austroraptor)12 m. Pliosaurus(by Austroraptor) 12.8 m. Hydrotherosaurus (by Austroraptor) 13 m. Shonisaurus (by Austroraptor) 15 m. Tylosaurus (by Bill) 15 m. Mosasaurus by Ultamateterex2 18 m. Pachyrhinosaurus (by Ultamateterex2) 8 m. Gigantoraptor (by CK165) 8 m. Ouranosaurus (by Bill) 8 m. Carnotaurus (by Bill) 8 m. Allosaurus (by HENDRIX) 8. m. Lurdusaurus (by Austroraptor) 9 m. Rajasaurus (by Bill) 9 m. Stegosaurus (by JFD) 9 m. Yutyrannus (by Ultamateterex2) 9 m. Triceratops (by Ultamateterex2) 9 m. Megalosaurus (by DinoRexChris) 9 m. Shunosaurus (by Bill) 9.5 m. Plateosaurus (by HENDRIX) 10 m. Torvosaurus (by Tyranachu)10 m. Parasaurolophus (by Simba) 10 m. Suchomimus (by ZT2TH) 10 m. Therizinosaurus (by HENDRIX) 10 m. Ekrixinatosaurus (by Austroraptor) 11 m. Deinocheirus (by ZT2TH) 11 m. Acrocanthosaurus (by Ultamateterex2) 11.5 m. Edmontosaurus (by Sam)12 m. Tarbosaurus (by HENDRIX) 12 m. Saurolophus (by HENDRIX) 12 m. Tyrannosaurus (by Ultamateterex2) 12 m. Carcharodontosaurus (by Ultamateterex2) 13 m. Giganotosaurus (by HENDRIX) 13 m. Spinosaurus (by ZT2TH) 15 m. Apatosaurus (by HENDRIX) 23 m. Camarasaurus (by DinoRexChris) 23 m. Dinheirosaurus (by Ultamateterex2) 25 m. Diplodocus (by HENDRIX) 33 m. Brachiosaurus (by Ravenna) 26 m. Sauroposeidon (by Simba) 34 m. Argentinosaurus (by HENDRIX) 35 m. #Dinosaur #Tyrannosaurus #Spinosaurus
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Top 5 Largest Aquatic Dinosaurs
 
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These aquatic dinosaurs are techically not true dinosaurs but rather distant cousins of the dinosaurs. However, most people consider them dinosaurs and there pretty interesting so I figured it was worth making a video. Tell me what you think!
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Cryptoclidus - Video Learning - WizScience.com
 
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""Cryptoclidus"" was a genus of plesiosaur from the Middle Jurassic period of England. The head of "Cryptoclidus" was rather flattened, with eyes facing upward. The skull was broad and light, with jaws lined with about a hundred long, fine teeth, ideal for catching fish and squid. The internal nares were set forward, and the nostrils were relatively small. At up to 3 m long "Cryptoclidus" was a medium-sized plesiosaur. It had a long neck that does not seem to have been very flexible. This probably kept its bulky body away from its small head so as not to alarm potential prey. It had four broad paddle-shaped limbs, with which it either "flew" through the water in wave-like undulating movements, or swam like a porpoise by moving upwards on two flippers and gliding back down again on the other two. Due to their seal-like body plan, small plesiosaurs such as "Cryptoclidus" have been depicted as amphibious animals instead of fully marine reptiles. Despite looking clumsy and cumbersome, in water it would have been relatively graceful, using all four limbs as paddles, to swim and hunt its prey. It may have laid eggs in sand, but this is conjectural. The fragile build of the head and teeth preclude any grappling with prey, and suggest a diet of small, soft-bodied animals such as squid and shoaling fish. "Cryptoclidus" may have used its long, intermeshing teeth to strain small prey from the water, or perhaps sift through sediment for buried animals. The size and shape of the nares and nasal openings have led Brown and Cruickshank to argue that they were used to sample seawater for smells and chemical traces. Wiz Science™ is "the" learning channel for children and all ages. SUBSCRIBE TODAY Disclaimer: This video is for your information only. The author or publisher does not guarantee the accuracy of the content presented in this video. USE AT YOUR OWN RISK. Background Music: "The Place Inside" by Silent Partner (royalty-free) from YouTube Audio Library. This video uses material/images from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cryptoclidus, which is released under Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ . This video is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ . To reuse/adapt the content in your own work, you must comply with the license terms.
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Walking with Dinosaurs Turntable Walk Cycles
 
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These looping animations used to be on the Walking with Dinosaurs website. I've doubled each one so you can get a proper look at each animal. The animals, in order, are Allosaurus, Anatotitan, Ankylosaurus, Anurognathus, Brachiosaurus, Coelophysis, Cryptoclidus, cynodont, Didelphodon, baby Diplodocus, dwarf allosaur, Eustreptospondylus, Iguanodon, Koolasuchus, Leallynasaura, Liopleurodon, Muttaburrasaurus, Ophthalmosaurus, Ornithocheirus, Ornitholestes, Peteinosaurus, Placerias, Plateosaurus, Polacanthus, Postosuchus, Quetzalcoatlus, Rhamphorhynchus, Stegosaurus, Tapejara, Torosaurus, Tyrannosaurus, and Utahraptor.
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Diplodocus the giant .
 
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25 t Diplodocus
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We're in Dino's Alive on New Years Day Part 2
 
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The Dinosaurs in Dino'e Alive are Tyrannaosaurus rex, Brachiosaurus, Triceratops, stegosaurus, Velociraptor, Iguanodon, Pachycephalosaurus, Megalosaurus and many more that's all the name i remember. my son Louise is scared but i know he's happy with the show.
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Prehistoric Creatures Tribute
 
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Same video but better quality here : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IJQ5otTUY1Y A video I made in September/October and I didn't upload for some reason. Then I decided to upload it on December 24th, and this day has arrived ! It's not perfect but I think it's watchable. Hope you will enjoy it. With : Alamosaurus, Allosaurus, Ambulocetus, Ankylosaurus, Anomalocaris, Apatosaurus, Apidium, Argentinosaurus, Arthropleura, Arsinoitherium, Anabisetia, Australopithecus, Basilosaurus, Brachiosaurus, Brontoscorpio, Cameroceras, Carcharodontosaurus, Cephalaspis, Charonosaurus, Coelodonta, Coelophysis, Cryolophosaurus, Cryptoclidus, Dakotadon, Daspletosaurus, Deinosuchus, Deinotherium, Dinheirosaurus, Dimetrodon, Dinofelis, Diplodocus, Doedicurus, Dunkleosteus, Edaphosaurus, Edmontonia, Edmontosaurus, Elasmotherium, Embolotherium, Gastonia, Giganotosaurus, Gorgosaurus, Haikouichthys, Homo, Hyneria, Hynerpeton, Iguanodon, Inostrancevia, Koolasuchus, Leptictidium, Liopleurodon, Macrauchenia, Mammuthus, Mapusaurus, Meganeura, Megatherium, Mesothelae spider, Microraptor, Nyctosaurus, Ophtalmosaurus, Ornithomimus, Otodus, Pachyrhinosaurus, Paraceratherium, Petrolacosaurus, Physogaleus, Proterogyrinus, Pteranodon, Pterygotus, Pyroraptor, Quetzalcoatlus, Rahonavis, Redlichiida trilobite, Saltasaurus, Sarcosuchus, Saurornithoides, Scutosaurus, Smilodon, Stethacanthus, Tarbosaurus, titanosaur, Torvosaurus, Toxodon, Troodon, Tropeognathus, Triceratops, Tyrannosaurus, Utahraptor, Ursus, Velociraptor. I own nothing : clips from Chased by Dinosaurs, Chased by Sea Monsters, Dinosaur Planet, Dinosaur Revolution, Giants of Patagonia, Last Day of the Dinosaurs, March of the Dinosaurs, Planet Dinosaur, Prehistoric Park, Walking with Beasts, Walking with Dinosaurs, Walking with Monsters, When Dinosaurs roamed America ; music from Two Steps From Hell (Flight of the Silverbird). Merry Christmas !!!
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PlayDough World - How To Make Pteranodon Dinosaur
 
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How To Make Playdough Dinosaur Pteranodon Playdough tutorial to make Pteranodon. Pteranodon Dinosaur making by Play Doh. What is Pteranodon Dinosaur? Pteranodon species are extremely well represented in the fossil record, allowing for detailed descriptions of their anatomy and analysis of their life history. Over 1,000 specimens have been identified, though less than half are complete enough to give researchers good information on the anatomy of the animal. Still, this is more fossil material than is known for any other pterosaur, and it includes both male and female specimens of various age groups and, possibly, species. Adult Pteranodon specimens from the two major species can be divided into two distinct size classes. The smaller class of specimens have small, rounded head crests and very wide pelvic canals, even wider than those of the much larger size class. The size of the pelvic canal probably allowed the laying of eggs, indicating that these smaller adults are females. The larger size class, representing male individuals, have narrow hips and very large crests, which were probably for display. Adult male Pteranodon were among the largest pterosaurs, and were the largest flying animals known until the late 20th century, when the giant azhdarchid pterosaurs were discovered. The wingspan of an average adult male Pteranodon was 5.6 metres (18 ft). Adult females were much smaller, averaging 3.8 metres (12 ft) in wingspan. The largest ' from the Niobrara Formation measured 6.25 metres (20.5 ft) from wingtip to wingtip. An even larger specimen is known from the Pierre Shale Formation, with a wingspan of 7.25 metres (23.8 ft), though this specimen may belong to the distinct genus and species Geosternbergia maysei. While most specimens are found crushed, enough fossils exist to put together a detailed description of the animal. Methods used to estimate the weight of large male Pteranodon specimens (those with wingspans of about 7 meters) have been notoriously unreliable, producing a wide range of estimates from as low as 20 kilograms (44 lb) and as high as 93 kilograms (205 lb). In a review of pterosaur size estimates published in 2010, researchers Mark Witton and Mike Habib demonstrated that the latter, largest estimates are almost certainly incorrect given the total volume of a Pteranodon body, and could only be correct if the animal "was principally comprised of aluminium." Witton and Habib considered the methods used by researchers who obtained smaller weight estimates equally flawed. Most have been produced by scaling modern animals such as bats and birds up to Pteranodon size, despite the fact that pterosaurs have vastly different body proportions and soft tissue anatomy from any living animal. Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pteranodon Step by step play dough tutorial. The best way to make the Pteranodon by play-doh. Jurassic World Dinosaurs Jurassic Park Dinosaurs Jurassic World Dinosaur Play Doh Making Videos How To Make Jurassic World Dinosaurs With Play-Doh Play Dough Dinosaur Making Tutorial Videos Jurassic World Dinozorları Yapımı Oyun hamuru ile Jurassic World dinazoru yapmak Dinazor Videoları Мир Юрского периода Делаем динозавров Мира Юрского периода из Play Doh Динозавры Мира Юрского периода из Play Doh Как сделать динозавров Мира Юрского периода из Play Doh Видео про динозавров Динозавры Please Subscribe To Our Channel: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEhmhSVMGtuwXTTW274D1XA?sub_confirmation=1 THANKS FOR WATCHING OUR VIDEOS! Playdough in other languages: Playdoh, Play-Doh, Clay, пластилин, Plasticine, Plastilina, Plastiline, Knete, Knetmasse, Oyun Hamuru, El Sanatları, Modelleme, مادة لدائنية, 橡皮泥, 橡皮泥, pâte à modeler, プラスティシーン, Plasticina, , Modellera, пластилін, Crayola, Spela Deg, Spelen Deeg, Spille Dough, Music: -Audiojungle EfeDemir Music: http://bit.ly/1KV94wl -Youtube Audio Library
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Saltopus Meaning
 
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Video is created with the help of wikipedia, if you are looking for accurate, professional translation services and efficient localization you can use Universal Translation Services https://www.universal-translation-services.com?ap_id=ViragGNG Video shows what saltopus means. A small carnivorous dinosaur, Saltopus elginensis, which lived during the upper Triassic era.. Saltopus Meaning. How to pronounce, definition audio dictionary. How to say saltopus. Powered by MaryTTS, Wiktionary
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Piatnitzkysaurus - Video Learning - WizScience.com
 
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""Piatnitzkysaurus"" is an extinct genus of megalosaurid theropod dinosaur that lived approximately 164 to 161 million years ago during the middle part of the Jurassic Period in what is now Argentina. It was named to honor Alejandro Mateievich Piatnitzky , a Russian-born Argentine geologist. "Piatnitzkysaurus" was a moderately large, lightly built, bipedal, ground-dwelling carnivore, that could grow up to 4.3 m long. The holotype specimen of "Piatnitzkysaurus", PVL 4073, was collected during expeditions in 1977, 1982, 1983 at the Canadon Asfalto Formation in sediments that were deposited during the Callovian stages of the Jurassic period, approximately 164 to 161 million years ago. Once thought to be a basal carnosaur, it may instead be a megalosauroid. In total two partial skeletons are known and show that "Piatnitzkysaurus" was a relatively lightly built medium-sized bipedal carnivore that was around 4.3 m long and around 450 kg in mass, though such estimates apply to the holotype, which is a subadult. It had robust arms and powerful hind legs with four toes on each foot. Its ischium is 423 mm long. Its braincase resembles that of another megalosauroid, the megalosaurid "Piveteausaurus" from France. A general resemblance to the theropod "Allosaurus" was also noted by Benton . Wiz Science™ is "the" learning channel for children and all ages. SUBSCRIBE TODAY Disclaimer: This video is for your information only. The author or publisher does not guarantee the accuracy of the content presented in this video. USE AT YOUR OWN RISK. Background Music: "The Place Inside" by Silent Partner (royalty-free) from YouTube Audio Library. This video uses material/images from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piatnitzkysaurus, which is released under Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ . This video is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ . To reuse/adapt the content in your own work, you must comply with the license terms. Wiz Science™ is "the" learning channel for children and all ages. SUBSCRIBE TODAY Disclaimer: This video is for your information only. The author or publisher does not guarantee the accuracy of the content presented in this video. USE AT YOUR OWN RISK. Background Music: "The Place Inside" by Silent Partner (royalty-free) from YouTube Audio Library. This video uses material/images from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piatnitzkysaurus, which is released under Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ . This video is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ . To reuse/adapt the content in your own work, you must comply with the license terms.
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How to Pronounce Saltopus
 
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This video shows you how to pronounce Saltopus
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Saltopus
 
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