Fabrosaurus

(pronounced FAB-roh-SAWR-us) Fabrosaurus is only known from an incomplete lower jaw found in Lesotho, South Africa in 1964 by Leonard Ginsburg. Fabrosaurus is very similar to and perhaps the same as Lesothosaurus , and was a very early ornithopod, a small, fast, bipedal plant eater. It lived during the early Jurassic period , about 208-194 million ...
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Fabrosaurus

Fabrosaurus Means “Fabre’s lizard” (true reversed vertebrae lizard) from Early Jurassic South Africa. Named for Jean Henri Fabriel, a French geologist, and a colleague of Ginsburg’s (the nomenclator, 1964) on the expedition that collected the fossil in Basutoland, South Africa. Named by Leonard Ginsburg in 1964.
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Fabrosaurus

Fabrosaurus was a tiny dinosaur of the Jurassic period. A herbivore, Fabrosaurus was about 1 metre long, walking on its hind legs and standing about 309 cm tall. It was a lightly built animal with strong arms and hands. The first remains of
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