This is the list of all dinosaurs (and spoken facts) kids will have to discover in this iPad / iPhone game.
Special thanks to Raul Lunia (Dinoraul) for his great 3D dinosaurs models!
It was a child that found the first skeleton of a Bambiraptor and he named it Bambi, after the cartoon!
The Bambiraptor is one of the smallest dinosaurs and could run very quickly to catch its prey.
Brachiosaurus means "lizard with arms" because its two front legs are much bigger than its two hind legs.
The Brachiosaurus is as tall as a 5-storey building.
Carnotaurus means "meat-eating bull" because it has two small horns on its head.
The Carnotaurus has such small front legs that it probably did not use them.
Citipati means "funeral pyre lord" in Mongol.
It is not yet known whether the Citipati was a bird or a dinosaur.
Corythosaurus means "helmet lizard".
The Corythosaurus used to live in herds and used to escape by running away on its hind legs.
Dimetrodon means "two measures of teeth".
The Dimetrodon is a reptile which lived before the dinosaurs and which was very ferocious.
Elasmosaurus means "lizard with thin plates".
The Elasmosaurus had a very long neck with a very small head and fed on fish.
Euoplocephalus means "well-armoured head".
In order to defend itself, the Euoplocephalus used to swing its tail like a hammer among its attackers' legs.
Gallimimus means "chicken or rooster mimic".
The Gallimimus is also called the "ostrich dinosaur" because of its long legs which made it the fastest dinosaur.
Iguanodon means "iguana's tooth".
With its large beak, the Iguanodon could cut the plants it fed on.
Lesothosaurus means "lizard from Lesotho", the name of the African country where it was found.
The Lesothosaurus used to walk upright and could run very quickly to escape its predators.
Microraptor means "little flyer".
The Microraptor is the smallest known dinosaur and the only one able to fly.
Pachycephalosaurus means "thick-headed lizard".
With its thick skull, the Pachycephalosaurus used to fight in the same way as rams, by pushing with its head.
Parasaurolophus means "near-crested lizard".
The long tube on the head of the Parasaurolophus allowed it to make a sound similar to that of a trombone.
Plateosaurus means "flat lizard".
The Plateosaurus used to walk on four feet, but could stand upright to eat the leaves on the highest branches.
Protoceratops means "first horned face".
The size of a sheep, the Protoceratops lived in herds and had a very powerful beak for cutting its food.
Pteranodon means "toothless wing".
Despite its huge size, the Pteranodon did not weigh much more than a child because its bones were hollow.
Sauropelta means "lizard shield".
Very large, the Sauropelta was unable to run: when in danger, it must have lain down on its stomach,
since its back was protected with its thick hide and long spikes.
Spinosaurus means "spine lizard" because its back comprised a huge crest of spines.
The mouth of the Spinosaurus was similar to that of a crocodile and it probably ate mainly fish.
Stegosaurus means "roof lizard" because, originally, it was thought that the plates on its back were horizontal and formed a sort of roof.
The long spikes at the tip of its tail allowed it to defend itself.
Styracosaurus means "spiked lizard".
The very long horn on the Styracosaurus's nose and the spikes around its neck allowed it to defend itself.
Tyrannosaurus means "tyrant lizard" because it was the fiercest predator at that time.
The Tyrannosaurus is also called T-Rex, namely "the king of the tyrants".
Velociraptor means "Fast flyer".
Velociraptors used to form groups to attack dinosaurs much larger than them.