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Page 79 Page 80 There were two ankylosaurian groups. Members of the more primitive "nodular lizards," Nodosauridae, had more upright bodies. Their heads were relatively long and pear-shaped, with bony plates, no horns, and small teeth. The sides of their bodies sometimes bore large spikes. Typical nodosaurids were Nodosaurus and Panoplosaurus. 5 tons More advanced ankylosaurs belonged to the group Ankylosauridae. These dinosaurs, such as Ankylosaurus and Euoplocephalus, had more robust bodies than nodosaurids.

Sometimes their bodies were lined with long spikes. An ankylosaurid also carried a powerful weapon a heavy club of bone at the end of its tail. When swung, an Ankylosaurus tail club was just high enough to seriously wound the ankles of even the biggest meat-eating dinosaurs of the day. Page 81 Page 82 Bird Feet The Ornithopoda, or ''bird feet," were an advanced group of bird-hipped dinosaurs. In reality their feet were even less birdlike than those of theropods. Dino Facts NAME: Heterodontosaurus ("mixed-tooth lizard," because of its different kinds of teeth) GROUP: Heterodontosauridae WHEN IT LIVED: Late Triassic WHERE IT LIVED: South Africa SIZE: About 3 feet long NAME: Hypsilophodon ("highridged tooth") GROUP: Hypsilophodontidae: WHEN IT LIVED: Early Jurassic WHERE IT LIVED: England, Spain SIZE: 5 feet long, 140 pounds Ornithopods lived from the Late Triassic until almost the end of the Cretaceous.

Holding their victims in their hinged jaws, these early dinosaurs tore into its flesh with long, serrated teeth. Horned Hunters The Ceratosauria, or horned lizards, were primitive theropods, but these dinosaurs were far more advanced than their herrerasaurid cousins. They lived from the Late Triassic through the Late Cretaceous and ranged from several feet to 30 feet in length. Some had heads bearing fleshy horns or crests, which were probably used for display, like the horns of antelopes today.

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