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Re: Questions



JSIZEMORE@Butler.EDU wrote:
> 
> I'm working on a project and I cannot find the following measurements for
> specific dinosaurs for which I have looked in numerous books. You could
> really help me out by telling me the measurements if you know them.
> 
>         Apatosaurus - height
>         Corythosaurus - height
>         Triceratops - height
           It was about the height of an elephant
>         Stegosaurus - height
>         Deinonychus - height and where its remains are found
             About six feet. Montana.
>         Oviraptor - weight and height
>         Megalosaurus - height
>         Allosaurus - height
              'bout eight feet.
>         Spinosaurus - height
>         Anchisaurus - height and where its remains are found
>         Camarasaurus - height
>         Diplodocus - height
>         Troodon - weight and height
>         Hadrosaurus - weight and height
>         Parasaurolophus - height
>         Ankylosaurus - weight and height
>         Psittacosaurus - height
>         Camptosaurus - what its name means, weight, and height
>         Utahraptor - what time period it lived in, weight, height, and
>          Mid-Cretaceous. I'm not sure on it's weight. Height was eight feet. 
> Length I think was about eighteen feet.                                       
>                 length
>         Giganotosaurus - what its name means and height
>         Velociraptor - weight
            I would imagine it weighed less than an average man.
>         Afrovenator - weight, height, and length
> 
> Thank you so very much:
>         Jana Sizemore
>         jsizemore@butler.edu