7 edition of Maiasaura And Other Dinosaurs of the Midwest (Dinosaur Find) (Dinosaur Find) found in the catalog.
by Picture Window Books
Written in English
|Contributions||Steve Weston (Illustrator), James Field (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
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Get this from a library. Maiasaura and other dinosaurs of the Midwest. [Dougal Dixon; Steve Weston; James Field] -- Provides brief descriptions of eight types of dinosaurs that lived in what is now the midwestern part of North America, and speculates on what caused dinosaurs to become extinct.
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Library Binding. 14 offers from $ Maiasaura (Exploring Dinosaurs) Susan Heinrichs Gray/5(2). Scientists believe Maiasaura were among the most social of all dinosaurs. The animals lived in large groups called herds and built their nests near each other.
Maiasaura had wide snouts that looked Author: WorldBookNetwork. Maiasaura lived alongside of other dinosaurs such as the ceratopsians Achelousarus and Einiosaurus, the armoured nodosaur Edmontonia, hadrosaurs such as Gryposaurus, Hypacrosaurus, and Prosaurolophus, the small ornithopod Orodromeus, small theropods such as Bambiraptor and Troodon, as well as the two tyrannosaurs Daspletosaurus and Gorgosaurus.
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By the end of the Cretaceous Montana was home to some of the most famous dinosaurs; creatures such as Edmontosaurus, Triceratops, and Tyrannosaurus. During the early Cenozoic the sea began to withdraw from the state. Plants, insects, and titanotheres are preserved from this time. The Big Book of Dinosaurs: A Natural History of the Prehistoric World.
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Maiasaurus was the first dinosaur that was found alongside its young, eggs and nests. The nests were holes in the ground, about 2 metres in diameter, and. Maiasaura (maiasaura) pronounced MAY-ya-SOR-uh (from the Greek "μαία + σαύρα", meaning "caring mother lizard") is a large duck-billed dinosaur genus that lived in the area currently covered by the state of Montana in the Cretaceous Period, about 74 million years ago.
These get their name from the term good mother lizards. Maiasaura was approximately 30 feet long, 8 feet tall and probably weighed around 4 tons. It was a duck-billed dinosaur that had a flattened skull and bony crests positioned in front of its eyes.
Its beak didn’t have any teeth, but this dinosaur did have cheek teeth—and many sharp ones at that. Capstone Publishers imprints: Capstone Press, Compass Point Books, Picture Window Books, Stone Arch Books, Red Brick Learning, Children’s Library Resources.
Dinosaurs have been the subject of paintings, movies, cartoons, books, museums, and much more. For years, dinosaurs have captivated human imagination and inspired creativity. They have been depicted as ferocious, scaled creatures ready to gorge themselves on whatever they could find and as larger-than-life gentle giants contentedly chewing on.
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Maiasaura was a plant-eating dinosaur that lived in North America during the late Cretaceous period, about 80 to 65 million years was probably one of the dinosaurs that died out in the Cretaceous-Tertiary extinction, 65 million years ago.
Maiasaura adults were about 30 feet ( meters) long, and weighed 3 to 4 tons. The most famous carnivorous dinosaur that wasn't T. Rex, Allosaurus was the apex predator of late Jurassic North America, as well as a major instigator of the 19th-century "Bone Wars," the lifelong feud between the famous paleontologists Edward Drinker Cope and Othniel C.
a crocodile, this fierce carnivore constantly grew, shed and replaced its teeth — fossilized specimens of. Maiasaura gathered in huge herds, which offered them protection against one of the most feared group of dinosaurs of the era—the iconic Tyrannosaurs.
Large herds provided safety in much the same way that herds of bison or caribou do today, and, like caribou, Maiasaura were likely migratory, traveling long distances to forage and returning to. Other herbivores active around the same time and location as hadrosaurs include centrosaurine dinosaurs such as Styracosaurus, Achelousaurus, Einiosaurus and Leptoceratops as well as armoured dinosaurs such as Euoplocephalus and Edmontonia. Dinosaurs that may have been actual threats to Maiasaura however include the Troodon.
Maiasaura (meaning "good mother reptile" or "good mother lizard") is a large herbivorous hadrosaurid ("duck-billed") dinosaur genus that lived in the area currently covered by the state of Montana in the Upper Cretaceous Period (mid to late Campanian), about million years ago.
The first fossils of Maiasaura were discovered in Maiasaura was a herbivore and had few defenses against predators which wished to attack it other than its tail and herding behavior.
It could walk on two legs or four. These beauties were assumed to be herd dinosaurs and shared many of the same characteristics with the Brachylophosaurus.Order, Suborder, Family: Ornithischia, Ornithopoda, Hadrosauridae Location: North America (United States) Length: 30 feet (9 meters) Dinosaur Image Gallery.
Since it was named in by John Horner and Robert Makela, Maiasaura has become one of the most famous has provided information about how it cared for its young and the early development of dinosaurs.