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Dinosaurs world 3

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!

The Allosaurus The Allosaurus
Allosaurus means "different lizard" because its skeleton is different from that of other dinosaurs from the same era.
The Allosaurus can grab prey with its big arms and three clawed fingers.
The Archaeopteryx The Archaeopteryx
Archaeopteryx means "ancient wing" because we think this was one of the first birds to have existed.
The Archaeopteryx is a small, feathered dinosaur which has to climb trees and throw itself from the branches to take flight.
The Centrosaurus The Centrosaurus
Centrosaurus means "pointed lizard" because they have a small row of little horns all along their frills.
The Centrosaurus is a herbivore and lives in a herd several dozen strong.
The Compsognathus The Compsognathus
Compsognathus means "dainty jaw". This dinosaur feeds on lizards and insects.
The Compsognathus is a very small dinosaur and runs very fast.
The Dilong The Dilong
Dilong means "Emperor dragon" in Chinese.
The Dilong is very small but is one of the ancestors of the enormous Tyrannosaurus!
The Dilophosaurus The Dilophosaurus
Dilophosaurus means "two-crested lizard".
The Dilophosaurus has very thin teeth and prefers to use its claws to kill prey.
The Diplodocus The Diplodocus
Diplodocus means "double beam" because of the shape of some of the bones in its tail.
The Diplodocus uses this long tail like a whip to defend itself!
The Estemmenosuchus The Estemmenosuchus
Estemmenosuchus means "crowned crocodile" because the horns on its head look like a crown!
The Estemmenosuchus is the size of a bull and is thought to eat mainly grass. It lived before the dinosaurs.
The Giganotosaurus The Giganotosaurus
Giganotosaurus means "giant southern lizard".
The Giganotosaurus is bigger than the Tyrannosaurus and its head is twice as big as that of an Allosaurus!
The Gigantspinosaurus The Gigantspinosaurus
Gigantspinosaurus means "giant-spined lizard" because it has enormous spines on its shoulders.
The Gigantspinosaurus is the size of a man and eats plants.
The Lambeosaurus The Lambeosaurus
Lambeosaurus means "Lambe's lizard"; Lambe is the name of the person who discovered it.
The Lambeosaurus is enormous and can move around on two or four legs.
The Maiasaura The Maiasaura
Maiasaura means "caring mother lizard" because it looks after its young so well.
Maiasaura live in big herds and stick together to defend nests from predators.
The Majungasaurus The Majungasaurus
Majungasaurus means "Mahajanga lizard" after the name of the region of Madagascar where it lived.
Majungasaurus are cannibals; sometimes they even try to eat each other!
The Mononykus The Mononykus
Mononykus means "one claw" because it has just one claw at the end of its arm!
The Mononykus is a small dinosaur that runs very fast and feeds off small animals.
The Ouranosaurus The Ouranosaurus
Ouranosaurus means "brave lizard".
The Ouranosaurus has a large "sail" on its back which it uses to regulate its temperature.
The Pachyrhinosaurus The Pachyrhinosaurus
Pachyrhinosaurus means "thick-nosed lizard".
The Pachyrhinosaurus is enormous and instead of horns on its skulls it has a huge, hard boss.
The Prestosuchus The Prestosuchus
Prestosuchus means "fast crocodile" and it lived before the dinosaurs.
Thanks to its big paws, the prestosuchus could cover ground fast to chase other animals.
The Psittacosaurus The Psittacosaurus
Psittacosaurus means "parrot lizard" because it has a beak like a parrot's.
The Psittacosaurus is a little dinosaur but it is part of the same family as the mighty Triceratops!
The Quetzalcoatlus The Quetzalcoatlus
The name "Quetzalcoatlus" is a reference to an Aztec feathered serpent god.
The Quetzalcoatlus is more than 15 metres long; it is the biggest animal to have ever flown on Earth!
The Rhamphorhynchus The Rhamphorhynchus
Rhamphorhynchus means "beak snout".
The Rhamphorhynchus catches fish with its long jaw by skimming the water's surface.
The Stegoceras The Stegoceras
Stegoceras means "horned roof" because the top of its head is rounded.
The stegoceras looks like a mini pachycephalosaurus; it is no more than a metre high.
The Suchomimus The Suchomimus
Suchomimus means "crocodile mimic" because its mouth looks strangely like that of a crocodile and it eats fish.
The Suchomimus looks a lot like its cousin, the Spinosaurus, but does not have spines along its back.
The Torosaurus The Torosaurus
Torosaurus means "perforated lizard" because it has large holes in its frill.
The Torosaurus, like its close cousin the Triceratops, can cut through any vegetation with its powerful beak.
The Udanoceratops The Udanoceratops
Udanceratops means "Udan-Sayr horn face" after the village in Mongolia where it was discovered.
The Udanoceratops is a herbivore the size of a small rhinoceros and can stand up on its hind legs.