Spinosaurus

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  • What Stromer Named Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus ( Mueller 2014 )

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    dinosaur that had large neural spines, bony extensions perpendicular to and connected to the vertebrae. This partial skeleton was the holotype, the first specimen in which the description and name of the animal is based on, of what Stromer named Spinosaurus aegyptiacus (Mueller 2014). The skeleton was stored and put on display in the Bavarian State Collection for Paleontology and Geology in Munich. The remains stayed there until world war II when allied bombers bombed Munich, the museum and the remains

  • Similarities And Differences Between Dinosaurs, Spinosaurus, And T Rex

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    In my research, I analyze articles about the different traits that three of the carnivorous dinosaurs; Giganotosaurus, Spinosaurus, and T-Rex possessed that made them seem like the top hunters of their time period. I researched how each of their unique attributes could have affected their behavior and how that could have played a role in their environment. Although, Spinosaurus, T-Rex and Giganotosarus have been known as the apex predators of their time period, their behavior is mostly assumed by

  • The Cretaceous Er The Last And Longest Segment Of The Mesozoic Era

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    those two. Although the tyrannosaurs rex was an enormous dinosaur, a bigger dinosaur was discovered in 1912, the Spinosaurus. This discovery would change peoples, kids, and paleontologists view on which dinosaur was bigger than the other. This semi-aquatic dinosaur, Spinosaurus, was much larger than the T-rex due to its sail like backbones that stuck out of its back. Furthermore, spinosaurus had a huge advantage that the tyrannosaurus-rex did not. A Paleontologists job is to study their dinosaur

  • Dinosaurs Extinction

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    were presenting what happens at the park to the audience. During the presentation Suzie got a message from one of the managers of the enclosures saying that there was a dinosaur loose from enclosure 12 which is the biggest dinosaur which is a spinosaurus. The US army came to the park and tried to stop the dinosaur and pin him down. That turned out horrible the soldiers were eaten alive and a mysterious guy from the crowd came in from outside the park and shutdown all of the enclosures and the

  • The Importance Of Dinosaurs In Jurassic Park

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    Have you ever wondered what it would be like to stand right in front a real live breathing dinosaur? This essay will analyze the movie “ Jurassic Park” directed by Colin Trevorrow, the movie sheds light on ancient dinosaurs and their characteristics. However, this essay will analyze the movie to determine the factual truths while at the same time verifying if Jurassic park could be a relevant source to gain knowledge of dinosaurs. The beginning of the essay speaks briefly about dinosaurs and how

  • Reflection Essay

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    Doors, oceans, cities, all these different descriptions have been used by different people to describe their mind. However, my mind is a never-ending slide show, with me sitting down watching different slides constantly flash before me on the projector. Their random most of the time, but I can choose which slide goes up when I need it. However, there is one slide that sneakily gets into the projector, I don’t remember putting it there, but it always manages to get in. Whenever this slide appears

  • The Lost World By Sir Conan Doyle

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    Dinosaurs went extinct on Earth 65 million years ago, and the only remnants of these colossal beasts are found in the Earth below. But what if somewhere on the planet was a place where dinosaurs lived, and kept surviving after the mass extinction. A Lost World. It was a cold, rainy March day when I turned on the news and heard something that was very interesting. “...and it appears that this is apart of some new species of lizard. This was found by a local scientist on the beaches of Venezuela

  • The Scene Opens On A Watering Hole

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    The scene opens on a watering hole in the late Cretaceous period. There are herbivores grazing on the plants, and the drinking the water. Suddenly loud footsteps can be heard. The Tyrannosaurus rex, the king of the dinosaurs, is coming over the hill, and the sounds of his footsteps make all the other dinosaurs scatter. Despite not being the biggest dinosaur, the Tyrannosaurus rex is undisputedly the fiercest, and through the discovery of many fossils, Hollywood and scientists have made this carnivore

  • Facts You Didn 't Know About Jurassic World

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    Facts you didn 't know about Jurassic World Jurassic World has broken several records on its opening weekend with increasing number of fans worldwide. It has been given amazing reviews by the critics. The movie revolves around a human- engineered hybrid Dinosaur because of which the movie itself has become “Indominus Rex” at the box office. People are there who are unable to get over it and this is the reason we are here to let you all have a bit more of it. 1. After the denial of rumours of Fourth

  • Analysis Of The Movie ' Jurassic Park '

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    Literary Criticism involves a critic or just a reader who criticizes literary elements in a piece of work such as those in books and articles just to mention a few, in this case we are referring to the Jurassic Park series. “Jurassic Park” is a four- part movie series that has a pretty common, redundant style throughout the movies. In the series, it includes Jurassic Park, Lost World: Jurassic Park, Jurassic Park III, and Jurassic World, which includes all elements that are to be expected in an

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