Kentrosaurus

(pronounced KEN-troh-SAWR-us) Kentrosaurus was a late-Jurassic stegosaur with both spikes and plates. It was about 17 feet (5 m) long and lived during the late Jurassic period , roughly 156-150 million years ago.
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Kentrosaurus

(from the article `dinosaur`) ...3.7 metres (12 feet) in height and 9 metres in length, probably weighed two tons, and had a broad, deep body. Not all varieties of the Stegosauria ...
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Kentrosaurus

Kentrosaurus A “pointed (spiked) lizard” from Late Jurassic Tendaguru, Tanzania, East Africa. This creature was formerly called Doryphorosaurus and Kentrurosaurus. Named by Edwin Hennig in 1915.
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Kentrosaurus

Kentrosaurus was a dinosaur of the Jurassic period. Kentrosaurus was quite large, 2.5 metres long, walked on all-fours and had small, flat triangular armour plates on the neck and shoulders and pairs of long spines on the back and tail. A few skeletons of Kentrosaurus were discovered in east Africa between 1909 and 1912 and these were taken to Berl...
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Kentrosaurus

Kentrosaurus is a genus of stegosaurian dinosaur from the Late Jurassic of Tanzania. The type species is Kentrosaurus aethiopicus, named and described by German palaeontologist Edwin Hennig in 1915. Often thought to be a `primitive` member of the Stegosauria, several recent cladistic analyses find it as more derived than many other stegosaurs, a.....
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