By Angela C. Milner, David Norman
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This impression has been preserved. The dinosaurs that left lizard probably uses these impressions probably died in a dry area so that his bright-green skin to mark out a territory, their skin became dried out, before being buried by or to attract a mate. wind-blown sand. The sand then turned into sandstone over the years, and was so tightly packed against the skin that when the skin disappeared, its exact shape and pattern remained in the stone. No one knows for sure what colour dinosaur skin was, or whether it had stripes or spots - dinosaurs are most often shown in "muddy" shades of green and brown.
Top. Some of the nimble dinosaurs could reach speeds of 56 kph (35 mph) - almost as fast as a racehorse. They could take advantage TINY AND TOOTHY of their speed in two ways: either to pursue a victim, or to This fast-moving dinosaur, Heterodontosaurus, was only about 1 m beat a hasty retreat from an attacker. Herbivorous and (3 ft) long. It had three different types carnivorous fast-moving dinosaurs were involved in a of teeth, but was still a herbivore. kind of "race": plant eaters evolved faster and faster types in order to avoid being caught by everLong neck was stretched forward improving meat eaters.
BIRD BEAK Psittacosaurus had a sharp beak like a parrot, but there the similarity ended! Parasaurolophus feeding 29 Three-horned face Brown horn TRICERATOPS, WHICH MEANS "three- horned face", belonged to a group of dinosaurs known as ceratopians, or horned dinosaurs. Each ceratopian had a large bony frill pointing backwards from the skull and masking the neck, horns on the nose or over the eyes, and a narrow, hooked beak. Most were fourlegged and stocky, like the rhinoceroses of LIKE A RHINO This model reconstruction of Triceratops, today, and all were plant eaters.