Halticosaurus

==Etymology== The name Halticosaurus comes from the Greek words altikos (αλτικος) meaning `good at jumping`/`nimble` and sauros (σαυρος) meaning `lizard`; thus `nimble lizard`. Halticosaurus was described and named by Friedrich von Huene in 1908 and the type species is Halticosaurus longotarsus. Halticosaurus longotarsus, is k...
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Halticosaurus

Halticosaurus A “nimble (leaping) lizard” from Late Triassic period and found in Wuerttemberg, Germany in 1906. Named by German paleontologist Friedrich von Huene in 1908.
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Halticosaurus

Halticosaurus was a dinosaur of the Triassic period. A carnivore. it was about five metres long, walked on its hind legs and had short arms with five-fingered hands and a long, large head.
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