|The most famous plant eater with|
|A large and famous predatory|
|An intelligent and swift predatory|
|A famous quadruped that|
had rows of plates along its back.
|A massive sauropod from the late|
Jurassic once known as
|A dual-crested dinosaur that |
wandered the forest of the Early
|The first dinosaur with proof|
that they cared for their young.
|A large flying Pterosaur from the |
Early Cretaceous rocks of Brazil.
|A large hadrosaur found in North |
America that lived in herds.
|A tiny ornithopod named after|
Othniel Charles Marsh.
|A small primitive dinosaur from|
|The Canadian, single horned |
relative of Triceratops.
|A small swift Ceratopsian from|
|A large armoured ankylosaur|
|A small yet fast herbivore found |
mainly in Europe.