Name 10 dinosaurs

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terrible lizard
Tyrannasaurus Rex
has wings
Pterodactyl
long, sharp claws on back legs
Velociraptor
three horns
Triceratops
bony plates and spiked tail
Stegosaurus
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largest meateater ever discovered
Gigantosaurus
largest herbivore ever discovered
Brachiosaurus
longest known dinosaur
Diplodocus
three fingers
Allosaurus
dominates the water
Spinosaurus
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Level 14
Jun 27, 2015
giganotosaurus is the correct spelling, lots of dinosaurs have 3 fingers, otherwise very good!
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Level 55
Jul 5, 2016
Pterodactyl is not only an innacurate name, it isn't even a dinosaur.
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Level 57
Nov 29, 2017
Gigantosaurus is a sauropod. Giganotosaurus is a theropod.
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Level 28
Mar 15, 2022
Every single answer here is either wrong or could have multiple answers. For terrible lizard, assume you mean the latin translation of tyrannosaurus which is tyrant lizard, not terrible. Pterodactylus (pterodactyl) or any other pterosaur, was not a dinosaur despite them being closely related. Many dinosaurs have long, sharp claws on their back legs, many are longer than velociraptor. Triceratops is not the only dinosaur with three horns. Stegosaurus is not the only dinosaur with bony plates and a spiked tail. Giganotosaurus (not Gigantosaurus which was a genus of sauropod) is not the largest meat-eating dinosaur ever discovered, it is either spinosaurus, tyrannosaurus, or carcharodontosaurus, it is not known which, it is a myth that giganotosaurus is larger than tyrannosaurus. Brachiosaurus is not the largest herbivore ever discovered, there are a few possible largest herbivores, some of them being argentinosaurus and patagoniasauraus. (continues in

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