Scutellosaurus

Scutellosaurus (pron.:`{respell|skoo|TELL|oh|SORE|us}`) is an extinct genus of thyreophoran ornithischian dinosaur that lived approximately 196 million years ago during the early part of the Jurassic Period in what is now Arizona. It is classified in Thyreophora, the armoured dinosaurs; its closest relatives may have been Emausaurus and Scelidos.....
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Scutellosaurus

(from the article `dinosaur`) The Thyreophora consist mainly of the well-known Stegosauria, the plated dinosaurs, and Ankylosauria, the armoured dinosaurs, as well as their more ...
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Scutellosaurus

(pronounced skoo-TELL-oh-SAWR-us) Scutellosaurus meaning little shield lizard) was an early, primitive dinosaur. It was about 4 feet (1.2 m) long and weighed about 22 pounds (10 kg). It had a long tail, a long body and hundreds of bony plates (of six different varieties) that acted as armor. Its thin hind legs were much longer than the front legs. ...
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Scutellosaurus

Scutellosaurus was a dinosaur of the Jurassic period. Scutellosaurus was a herbivore with a short skull and ridged teeth. A small animal, it was 134 centimetres long with hind legs that were longer than its front legs, but not by enough to rule out Scutellosaurus walking on all fours. It had a long tail and was armoured with hundreds of small bony ...
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