Albertosaurus
An adult Albertosaurus weighed about 1 metric ton, they were approximately 9 meters (m) long and 3 meters (m) high. They could run about 21 kilometers per hour (Km/h) and they lived in the Cretaceous Period.
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Allosaurus
An adult Allosaurus weighed on average* 2.3 metric tons. It had an average length of 9 meters (m) and a height of 2 meters (m). The Allosaurus is estimated to have been able to run 40 kilometers per hour (km/h). It lived in the Jurassic Period.
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2 m
9 m
Ankylosaurus
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2 m
9 m
n adult Ankylosaurus weighed about 6 metric tons. It was about 89 meters (m) long and about 2 meters (m) high. The Ankylosaurus could move at about 8 kilometers per hour (km/h) and lived in the Cretaceous Period.^{ }
Apatosaurus
An adult Apatosaurus weighed on average 16 tons. Its length was about 23 meters (m), and its height 45 meters (m). This dinosaur could move at 24 kilometers per hour (km/h) and it lived in the Jurassic Period.
5 m
23 m
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Argentinosaurus
An adult Argentinosaurus had an average length of 30 meters (m), and a height of 16 meters (m). This huge dinosaur weighed about 80 tons and moved at a maximum speed of 10 kilometers per hour (km/h). It lived during the Cretaceous Period.
16 m
30 m
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Brachiosaurus
An adult Brachiosaurus weighed about 28 tons. Its length was 26 meters (m) and its height, with its neck extended, could be as tall as 16 meters (m). This dinosaur could move at 18 kilometers per hour (Km/h). It lived in the Jurassic Period.
16 m
26 m
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Compsognathus
An adult Compsognathus weighed close to 3 kilograms. Its length was only 1 meter (m) and its height about 30 centimeters (cm). This dinosaur could move at 40 kilometers per hour (Km/h) and it lived in both the Triassic and Jurassic Periods.
30 cm
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1 m
Euoplocephalus
An adult Euoplocephalus weighed about 2 tons. Its length was 6 meters (m) and it’s height was about 2 meters (m). This dinosaur could move at 8 kilometers per hour (Km/h), which is about as fast as a person can jog. Euoplocephalus lived during the Cretaceous Period.
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Gallimimus
An adult Gallimimus weighed about 120 kilograms (kg), it had a length of approximately* 8 meters (m) and a height of 23 meters (m). The Gallimimus is known for its agility and speed. It could reach up to 70 kilometers per hour (Km/h). The Gallimimus lived during the Cretaceous Period.
3 m
8 m
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Iguanodon
The Iguanodon weighed approximately 45 tons. It measured 1013 meters (m) in length and had a height of 3 meters (m). It could move at its fastest at 24 kilometers per hour (km/h). The Iguanodon lived in the Cretaceous Period.
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Kentrosaurus
The adult Kentrosaurus measured approximately 5 meters (m) in length and 2 meters (m) in height. The dinosaur weighed about 2 tons when fully grown. The Kentrosaurus could not move very quickly and most likely only moved about 8 kilometers per hour (Km/h). Kentrosaurus lived during the Jurassic Period.
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2 m
5 m
Lambeosaurus
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2 m
15 m
he adult Lambeosaurus weighed about 6 tons. It had a length of 15 meters (m) and a height of 2 meters (m). This dinosaur could move at a speed of 10 kilometers per hour (km/h). It lived during the late Cretaceous period.
Oviraptor
The Oviraptor was a small dinosaur that was only 2 meters (m) long and 1 meter (m) high. It weighed only 36 kilograms. The oviraptor could run up to 70 kilometers per hour (km/h). It lived in the Cretaceous Period.
1 m
2 m
Parasaurolophus
Parasaurolophus grew to be about 12 meters (m) in length and 2.8 meters (m) in height at their hips. The adults weighed about 2 tons. It walked at about 5 kilometers per hour (Km/h) but it could run up to 40 kilometers per hour (Km/h). Parasaurolophus lived during the Cretaceous Period.
3 m
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12 m
Spinosaurus
The Spinosaurus weighed about 7 tons as an adult. It had a length of 15 meters (m) and a height of about 4.5
meters (m). This dinosaur could run up to 24 kilometers per hour (km/h). It lived during the Cretaceous Period.
7 m
15 m
Stegosaurus
An adult Stegosaurus was 9 meters (m) in length and measured 4 meters (m) in height. The Stegosaurus weighed 3 tons as an adult. They could reach a maximum speed of 7 kilometers per hour (Km/h). The Stegosaurus lived during the Jurassic Period.
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Triceratops
The Triceratops adult weighed about 9 tons. It measured about 8 meters (m) long and had a height of about 3 meters (m). The Triceratops could run up to 30 kilometers per hour (km/h) and lived in the Cretaceous Period.
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Troodon
An adult troodon weighed about 50 kilograms (kg). The Troodon was on average 2.5 meters (m) long and 1 meter (m) tall. The Troodon could run up to 60 kilometers per hour (km/h). The Troodon lived in the Cretaceous Period.
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1 m
2.5 m
Tyrannosaurus Rex
The Tyrannosaurus Rex was a huge powerful dinosaur that weighed up to 7 tons. This dinosaur had a length of 13 meters (m), and a height of 6 meters (m). The TRex could run at 40 kilometers per hour (km/h). It lived during the Cretaceous Period.
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6 m
13 m
Ultrasaurus
The Ultrasaurus weighed up to 40 tons, and had an average length of 30 meters (m) and a height of 18 meters (m). The dinosaur could run up to 50 kilometers per hour (km/h) and it lived during the Jurassic Period.
18 m
30 m
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Velociraptor
The Velociraptor weighed up to 15 kilograms (kg). It had a length of 2 meters (m) and a height of 2 meters (m). This dinosaur could run up to 64 kilometers per hour (km/h) and lived during the Cretaceous Period.
2 m
2 m
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Glossary
Average; The average of many numbers is the number in the middle. Example; if you have a 1 year old and a 10 year old their average age is 5 years old (because 5 is right in the middle).
Approximately; Approximately means “not exactly.” If a backpack weighs 4.5 kilograms, you can say that it weighs approximately 5 kilograms.
