Qantassaurus

(pronounced KWAN-tuh-SAWR-us) Qantassaurus (named for the Australian airline, Qantas, which helped transport the fossil) was a plant-eating dinosaur found in Victoria, Australia . This ornithopod had large eyes and a long tail. It was the size of a small kangaroo. It is known from a skeleton and a partial skull that dates from about 110 million yea...
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Qantassaurus

Qantassaurus A plant-eating dinosaur, an ornithopod found in Australia and was named by Patricia Vickers-Rich in 1997.
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Qantassaurus

Qantassaurus (s {respell|KWAHN|tə|SOR|əs}) is a genus of two-legged, plant-eating ornithischian dinosaur that lived in Australia about 115 million years ago, when the continent was still partly south of the Antarctic Circle. It was described by Patricia Vickers-Rich and her husband Tom Rich in 1999 after a find near Inverloch, and named after Qa...
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