Europe

Llliensternus ra"">/ The dinosaurs of europe are currently known from about

375 different locations across the continent. They range in date from the Late Triassic of 225 million years ago to the Late Cretaceous, 65 million years ago. It was in Europe that the curiosity in ancient animal bones first began, and the earliest scientific studies and naming of dinosaurs were carried out here. About 80 dinosaur species have so far been identified in the countries of Europe, from small carnivores to the giant plant-eaters of the Jurassic. In addition to dinosaurs, Europe's rocks contain other fossils, including a primitive bird and many kinds of pterosaur. All together they reveal just how varied the ancient animal kingdom was.

Length: 20 ft (6 m) Pronunciation: lil-ee-an-stern-us Meaning: named after a paleontologist, Ruhle von Lilienstern

Plateosaurus

Plateosaurus

Fossil Ressources

Length: 50 ft (16 m) Pronunciation: brak-ee-oh-sore-us Meaning: "arm lizard"

Length: 39 ft (12 m) Pronunciation: hip-sell-oh-sore-us Meaning: "high-ridged lizard"

Camarasaurus

Camarasaurus

Hypsilophodon

Length: 75 ft (23 m) Pronunciation: kam-are-ah-sore-us Meaning: "chambered lizard"

Length: 6% ft (2 m) Pronunciation: hip-sill-oh-fo-don Meaning: "high-ridged tooth"

Camptosaurus

Iguanodon

Iguanodon

Say Brak Sore

Length: 6% ft (2 m) Pronunciation: pel-ih-can-ih-mime-us Meaning: "pelican mimic"

Polacanthus

Length: 16 ft (5 m) Pronunciation: pol-a-kan-thus Meaning: "many spines"

Rhabdodon

Length: 15 ft (4.7 m) Pronunciation: rab-doh-don Meaning: "rod tooth"

Length: 15 ft (4.7 m) Pronunciation: rab-doh-don Meaning: "rod tooth"

Struthiosaurus

Struthiosaurus

Camarasarus Chamderd Lizard Videos
Length: 6% ft (2 m) Pronunciation: strew-thee-oh-sore-us Meaning: "ostrich lizard"

telmatosaurus

Length: 17 ft (5 m) Pronunciation: tell-mat-oh-sore-us Meaning: "marsh lizard"

Titanosaurus

Length: 58 ft (18 m) Pronunciation: ti-tan-oh-sore-us Meaning: "titanic lizard"
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