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  1. Plateosaurus (probably meaning "broad lizard", often mistranslated as "flat lizard") is a genus of plateosaurid dinosaur that lived during the Late Triassic period, around 214 to 204 million years ago, in what is now Central and Northern Europe and Greenland, North America. Plateosaurus is a basal (early) sauropodomorph dinosaur, a so-called "prosauropod". ...
    Plateosaurus (probably meaning "broad lizard", often mistranslated as "flat lizard") is a genus of plateosaurid dinosaur that lived during the Late Triassic period, around 214 to 204 million years ago, in what is now Central and Northern Europe and Greenland, North America. Plateosaurus is a basal (early) sauropodomorph dinosaur, a so-called "prosauropod". ...
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  2. Plateosaurus was the prototypical prosauropod--the family of small-to-medium sized, occasionally bipedal, plant-eating dinosaurs of the late Triassic and early Jurassic periods that were distantly ancestral to the giant sauropods and titanosaurs of the later Mesozoic Era.Because so many of its fossils have been unearthed across the expanse of Germany and Switzerland, paleontologists believe ...
    Plateosaurus was the prototypical prosauropod--the family of small-to-medium sized, occasionally bipedal, plant-eating dinosaurs of the late Triassic and early Jurassic periods that were distantly ancestral to the giant sauropods and titanosaurs of the later Mesozoic Era.Because so many of its fossils have been unearthed across the expanse of Germany and Switzerland, paleontologists believe ...
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  3. Facts and information about the dinosaur Plateosaurus and thousands of other prehistoric creatures.
    Facts and information about the dinosaur Plateosaurus and thousands of other prehistoric creatures.
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  4. Quick Plateosaurus Facts: - Was about 2 car lengths long - Weighed as much as a small cow - Could run as fast as a greyhound - Its name means “flat lizard” - It was an herbivore
    Quick Plateosaurus Facts: - Was about 2 car lengths long - Weighed as much as a small cow - Could run as fast as a greyhound - Its name means “flat lizard” - It was an herbivore
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  5. PLATEOSAURUS "Flat Lizard" ANATOMY Plateosaurus was a large, early herbivore that was about 27.5 feet (8 m) long and weighed about 1,500 pounds (700 kg).
    PLATEOSAURUS "Flat Lizard" ANATOMY Plateosaurus was a large, early herbivore that was about 27.5 feet (8 m) long and weighed about 1,500 pounds (700 kg).
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  6. Plateosaurus, (genus Plateosaurus), dinosaurs known from extensive fossil material found in Europe dating to the Late Triassic Period (about 229 million to 200 million years ago) that were representative of the prosauropods, an early group that might have been ancestral to the giant sauropod dinosaurs of later time periods.
    Plateosaurus, (genus Plateosaurus), dinosaurs known from extensive fossil material found in Europe dating to the Late Triassic Period (about 229 million to 200 million years ago) that were representative of the prosauropods, an early group that might have been ancestral to the giant sauropod dinosaurs of later time periods.
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  7. : a genus of moderate-sized chiefly bipedal Triassic saurischian dinosaurs on the ancestral line of the Sauropoda
    : a genus of moderate-sized chiefly bipedal Triassic saurischian dinosaurs on the ancestral line of the Sauropoda
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  8. Plateosaurus (Plate-ee-oh-soar-uhs) (broad lizard) was a plateosaurid prosauropod from the Late Triassic Period 214-204 MYA of Europe. In gameplay it’s not very good to use with it's lack of good fighting stats. The only real reason a sum of people knows of this dinosaurs’ existence is with the...
    Plateosaurus (Plate-ee-oh-soar-uhs) (broad lizard) was a plateosaurid prosauropod from the Late Triassic Period 214-204 MYA of Europe. In gameplay it’s not very good to use with it's lack of good fighting stats. The only real reason a sum of people knows of this dinosaurs’ existence is with the...
    http://dinosimulator.wikia.com/wiki/Plateosaurus...
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  9. Plateosaurus Plateosaurus (meaning 'flat lizard') is a genus of plateosaurid prosauropod dinosaur that lived during the Norian and Rhaetian stages of the Late Triassic period, around 216 to 199 million years ago in what is now Europe. There are two currently recognized species, P. engelhardti...
    Plateosaurus Plateosaurus (meaning 'flat lizard') is a genus of plateosaurid prosauropod dinosaur that lived during the Norian and Rhaetian stages of the Late Triassic period, around 216 to 199 million years ago in what is now Europe. There are two currently recognized species, P. engelhardti...
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  10. Plateosaurus Background information Feature films Fantasia Characteristics Behavior Docile, hungry Occupation and niche 33 foot (10 meter) long prosauropod Weapons Claws Source Plateosaurus is a prosauropod (early sauropod) that appears in Fantasia. Contents[show] Physical Description...
    Plateosaurus Background information Feature films Fantasia Characteristics Behavior Docile, hungry Occupation and niche 33 foot (10 meter) long prosauropod Weapons Claws Source Plateosaurus is a prosauropod (early sauropod) that appears in Fantasia. Contents[show] Physical Description...
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