Tony & Ryan's
Dinosaur Page
While visiting with my daughter, Judi and her family recently, my grandsons, 
Tony & Ryan said, "Gramma, why don't you make a dinosaur page". 
Pictures and information were obtained from their sticker albums.
Tyannosaurus was the largest carniverous animal ever known on earth.  With its knife-like teeth, huge jaws, length of 50 feet and 6 to 8 ton weight, it did not hesitate to attack even the very large Brontosaurus.  It is sometimes called the "king of the dinosaurs". Triceratops lived in the late Cretaceous Period and was a plant eater.  The skull, including the three horns and bony frill above the neck, was about 6-1/2 feet long on an animal about 20 feet in length. Stegosaurus was an early armored dinosaur which lived in the Turassic Period.  The tail, stiff armor plates standing up from his high curved backbone were hard for an enemy to bite.  And his tail with its sharp two-foot spikes looked less inviting.  He was over 20 feet long and fed on plants.
Ankylosaurus was an armored dinosaur that lived in the Cretaceous Period and fed on soft vegetation.  He had a wide, flat body and his back was covered with thick plates of bone and around the edge of his armor coat he wore a long set of spikes.  His long tail had a heavy knot on the end that he could swing like a club. Brontosaurus was a peace loving plant eater of the Turassic Period.  He weighed 30 tons and was 67 feet long from nose to tail tip.  He lived in and about marshes and was most comfortable in water, with the weight off his feet. Trachodon was a duck-billed dinosaur that lived in and about water, eating plants in the Cretaceous Period.  He alternately walked on all fours or stood on his two hind legs leaning back on his tail for balance.