(pronounced AM-uh-SAWR-us) Ammosaurus (meaning 'sandy-ground lizard') was a large, long-necked, small-headed, quadrupedal, plant-eating plateosaurid prosauropod dinosaur from the early Jurassic period, about 198 million to 187 million years ago. It had a bulky body, small feet, big hands with thumb claws and a long tail. It was about 14 feet (4 m)
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Ammosaurus A “sand (or sand-stone) lizard” from Late Triassic or Early Jurassic Connecticut and Arizona, USA. Only the back half of the specimen was rescued from a quarry in the Connecticut River Valley because the front half was already sawed into blocks to build South Manchester Bridge in Manchester. The bridge was demolished in 1969, and res
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Ammosaurus was a dinosaur of the Jurassic period remains of which were discovered in a quarry in Connecticut, USA in 1890. Ammosaurus was about 2.4 metres long and is thought to have been able to walk on four legs or just its hind legs.
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Ammosaurus (s; `sand lizard`) is a genus of sauropodomorph dinosaur from the Early and Middle Jurassic Period of North America. At 4 meters (13 feet) in length, it was small compared to some other members of its suborder, which included the largest animals ever to walk the Earth. It was a versatile animal, able to move both bipedally and quadrup..
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