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The dinosaurs are the most ancient of vertebrate animals in the world and have lived on our planet now 220 years. Some scientists have told they have disappeared due to global warming and because of a meteorite that has fallen on the ground. Others say that they have disappeared owing to a vulcan, but it is not possible to know exactly the cause of the disappearance of the them. These fascinating creatures were fed with either the grass and plant products, or with other dinosaurs. Along the time have identified over 600 species of dinosaurs and some dinosaurs who hefted and over 50 tonnes and well above the height of 25 meters. They were covered in general, scaly-but there were species which were covered with chart. However they were covered, no matter how tall and there were no matter how much hefted, we invite you to try each game in this category.
TOP 10 most famous dinosaurs that ever roamed the earth
The undisputed king of the dinosaurs, Tyrannosaurus Rex is immensely popular thanks to a fawning press, countless starring roles in movies and TV shows, and a really cool name.
Most instantly recognizable of all dinosaurs, Triceratops combined a gentle, plant-eating disposition with fearsome horns that kept hungry tyrannosaurs and raptors at bay
Velociraptor can trace its popularity to two blockbuster movies: Jurassic Park and Jurassic World, in which this feathered raptor was portrayed by the much bigger
Stegosaurus had such distinctive plates along its back--but that hasn't kept this tiny-brained dinosaur from holding a tight grip on the popular imagination
Spinosaurus was distinguished by its huge size (a couple of tons heavier like the T. Rex!) as well as the mysterious sail on its back
Was it a bird? Was it a dinosaur? Or was it something in between? The exquisitely preserved fossils of Archaeopteryx are among the most famous such artifacts in the world.
Brachiosaurus owes much of its current popularity to its featured cameo in Jurassic Park, munching placidly on tall trees and sneezing on Ariana Richards--but this huge dinosaur was extremely interesting in its own right.
Allosaurus was the all-purpose predator of the late Jurassic period--and may even have hunted its prey (including sauropods and stegosaurs) in packs.
Apatosaurus owes its popularity to the fact that it used to be known as Brontosaurus--a name that epitomized dinosaurs for a whole generation of kids--but beyond that, it's one of the best-attested sauropods of the late Jurassic period
Dilophosaurus didn't spit poison, it didn't have a neck frill, and it wasn't the size of a labrador retriever. Despite all that, though, this dinosaur remains pretty popular! This online game catery is dedicated to kidz who like dinosaurs.