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Corythosaurus was a very odd-looking dinosaur indeed!
Allosaurus could easily be confused with Tyrannosaurs Rex
Ankylosaurus was first given the name by paleontologist Barnum Brown, in the early 1900s.
Stegosaurus is most recognized for the large, dinner plates on its back.
Triceratops are one of most recognizable dinosaurs, because of their prominent three horns.
Convergent Plates Lesson Plan: Mountain Building and Subduction
Fossil formation: pictures and a descriptive tour of the process of Permineralization which is the most common process for preserving ancient plant and animal material.
The Precambrian time is made up of the Archaen and Proterozoic Eras.
The rise and fall of the ammonites. From the early Devonian Period to the end of the Cretaceous these cephalopods thrived for over 300 million years.
The Cenozoic Era is the last and most recent era. It is sometimes Called The Age of Mammals
Geologic Time Geologic Time LineProterozoic Era