(pronounced STROO-thee-oh-SAWR-us) Struthiosaurus meaning ostrich lizard) was a small, armored, quadrupedal, plant-eating dinosaur. Struthiosaurus was about 7 feet (2 m) long) and lived during the very late Cretaceous period , about 83 million-65 million years ago. Struthiosaurus is the smallest-known nodosaurid ankylosaur. This armored Ornithischi
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Struthiosaurus An ostrich lizard from Late Cretaceous eastern Austria, Hungary, Romania, and southern France. This creature was formerly known as Hoplosaurus, Leipsanosaurus, Onychosaurus, Pleuropeltus, and Rhodanosaurus. Named by Emanuel Bunzel in 1870.
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Struthiosaurus was a dinosaur of the Cretaceous period. It was a small, armoured dinosaur about 180 centimetres long, that walked on all fours. Struthiosaurus had a small head and five different kinds of bony armour including plates with a big spine and a pair of long spines on the shoulders. Remains of Struthiosaurus have been found in Europe, par
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