Dianchungosaurus

Dianchungosaurus is an extinct genus of mesoeucrocodylian crocodylomorph from the Early Jurassic of China. It was previously considered a dinosaur, but it was recently reclassified as a mesoeucrocodylian by Paul Barrett and Xing Xu (2005). It is probably the same animal as the informally named `Tianchungosaurus`. The type species is D. lufengens.....
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Dianchungosaurus

(pronounced DYE-en-JUNG-oh-SAWR-us ) Dianchungosaurus meaning Dianchung, China lizard) was an early ornithischian dinosaur . It was an herbivore with no teeth in the front of the mouth, widely spaced rounded teeth on the sides of the mouth, and three large canine teeth. This lightly-built plant-eater had large nostils. Dianchungosaurus lived during...
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Dianchungosaurus

Dianchungosaurus A “Central Yunnan lizard” from Early Jurassic China. Named for the Dianzhong Basin, central Yunnan Province, China. Named by Chinese paleontologist Yang Zhong-jian (also known as: Chung Chien Young) in 1982.
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