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Ankylosaurus was a huge armored dinosaur, measuring about 25-35 feet (7.5-10.7 m) long, 6 feet (1.8 m) wide and 4 feet (1.2 m) tall; it weighed roughly 3-4 tons. Its entire top side was heavily protected from carnivores with thick, oval plates embedded (fused) in its leathery skin, 2 rows of spikes along its body, large horns that projected from the back of the head, and a club-like tail. Ankylosaurus had four short legs (the rear legs were larger than the front legs), a short neck, and a wide skull with a tiny brain.
(pronounced BRACK-uh-LOF-o-SAWR-us) Brachylophosaurus ("short crested lizard") was a duck-billed dinosaur (a hadrosaurid) from the late Cretaceous period (75 million years ago) in Alberta, Canada and Montana, USA. It was about 22 feet (7 m) long and weighed roughly 2700 kg. It had a small, solid, spiked crest on its snout. It was named by paleontologist Charles M. Sternberg in 1953.
Tyrannosaurus rex was a fierce predator that walked on two powerful legs. This meat-eater had a huge head with large, pointed, replaceable teeth and well-developed jaw muscles. It had tiny arms, each with two fingers. Each bird-like foot had three large toes, all equipped with claws (plus a little dewclaw on a tiny, vestigial fourth toe). T. rex had a slim, stiff, pointed tail that provided balance and allowed quick turns while running. T. rex's neck was short and muscular. Its body was solidly built but its bones were hollow.
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Gallimimus was a fast-running dinosaur with a very long, thin, flattened, toothless, horny beak, a small head, and a relatively large brain. The bottom front part of its beak was shaped like a shovel. It had large eyes positioned on opposite sites of its head, ruling out binocular vision (depth perception). It had a long neck, long tail, and long legs. Gallimimus was about 13-20 ft (4-6 m) long, was 6.3 ft (1.9 m) tall at the hips, and may have weighed about 970 pounds (440 kg).

This oviraptorosaur had short arms with three clawed fingers on each hand, and long legs with three clawed toes on each. A long tail acted as a counterbalance and as a stabilizer during fast turns. Its bones were hollow.

Gallimimus lived in the late Cretaceous period, about 75-70 million years ago.

There is no evidence that Gallimimus gathered in herds.

Gallimimus was a theropod, whose intelligence (as measured by its relative brain to body weight, or EQ) was high among the dinosaurs.
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