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This Early Jurassic theropod had two crests on top of its head and was originally theorized to have extremely weak jaws
This dinosaur probably could not spit poison, but we will never know for sure
The largest of its kind, this Late Jurassic ornithischian had a row of odd plates along its back
It dwarfed the other stegosaurs of the Jurassic
This Early Jurassic prosauropod likely stood on two legs for much of its life, unlike its later relatives
Long-necked with a thumb spike, a very odd prosauropod
This Late Jurassic ornithopod is named for Edward Drinker Cope's greatest rival
Named for Othniel Charles Marsh, professor at Yale University
This Early Jurassic theropod, discovered in Antarctica, had an odd crest on its head
Its name means 'frozen crested lizard,' after it's continent of origen and its odd crest
Having 'different teeth,' this Early Jurassic dinosaur is one of the earliest-known ornithischians
Its name means 'different-toothed lizard'
This Late Jurassic ornithischian may have been the ancestor of both iguanadontids and hadrosaurs, though its phylogenetic position is somwhat problematic
A contemporary of some of the largest sauropods, this dinosaur was a member of a group that would rise to promenance in the Cretaceous
This sauropod had an extremely long neck and long tail and was one of the larger animals of the Late Jurassic
The 'double beams' in its name are not the neck and tail, as is commonly believed
A relative of the above, this sauropod was originally called Brontosaurus
Brontosaurus had the body of an Apatosaurus and the head of another dinosaur entirely
This large sauropod graciously donated its head to form Brontosaurus with the above
With the head of a camarasaur and the body of a diplodocid, Brontosaurus must have been a strange reconstruction indeed
This Late Jurassic dinosaur was one of the first birds
Its name means 'first wing'
This Late Jurassic theropod was fround in the same quarry as the above and shares a remarkable number of features
Again, probably not venomous as Michael Crichton suggests
A very unusual stegosaur, this Late Jurassic dinosaur had a mixtrue of spikes and plates
The back half of its body was spiked, and the front half was plated
One of the last members of its group, this theropod had a horn and two small crests on its head
A distant relative of Dilophosaurus, it was a member of the ceratosaur group
This theropod was one of the larger carnivores of the Late Jurassic
Meaning 'different lizard,' this animal may have even hunted the sauropods
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