Lesothosaurus

Lesothosaurus is an herbivorous ornithischian dinosaur. It was named by paleontologist Peter Galton in 1978, the name meaning `lizard from Lesotho`. The genus is monotypic, having only one valid species, Lesothosaurus diagnosticus, within the genus. ==Classification== Lesothosaurus was originally considered an ornithopod. However, more recent wo.....
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Lesothosaurus

(from the article `dinosaur`) ...skeletal material of ornithischians are known from Late Triassic sediments, but it is only in the Early Jurassic that they become well known. ...
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Lesothosaurus

Lesothosaurus “Lesotho lizard” from Late Jurassic or Early Jurassic Lesotho, southern Africa. It was an early ornithopod, a small, fast, bipedal plan eater. Named by British paleontologist Peter M. Galton in 1978.
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Lesothosaurus

Lesothosaurus was a herbivore dinosaur from the triassic era. It was a small dinosaur, about 1m long with a long tail.
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