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About Angolatitan

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1 Facts
1.1 Characteristics
Not Available
1.2 Meaning
Not Available
1.3 Pronounced
An-goe-lah-tie-tan
1.4 Diet
1.4.1 Diet Content
Not Available
1.4.2 Type of Diet
Herbivore
1.5 Habitat
Not Available
1.6 Interesting Facts
Not Available
2 Fossils
2.1 Fossil representation
Partial right fore limb , including scapula, humerus, ulna, radius, and three , metacarpals (MGUAN-PA-003).
2.2 Time Period
2.2.1 Era
Cretaceous
2.2.2 Was Present
90 million years ago
2.3 Discovery
2.3.1 Year
2011-01-01 (2011)
Closeby
2.3.2 Named By
Mateus
2.3.3 First Discovery
Museu
3 Characteristics
3.1 Size
3.1.1 Height
Not Available
3.1.2 Weight
Not Available
3.1.3 Length
27 m
3.2 Teeth
3.2.1 Shape
in the Tadi Beds of the Itombe Formation near Iembe, municipality of Ambriz, Bengo Province, Angola, in 2005. Remains of fish and shark teeth proved that this area was once a marine environment.
3.2.2 Number
Nigersaurus
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Rank: N/A (Overall)
Compsognathus
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4 Classification
4.1 Kingdom
Animalia
4.2 Phylum
Chordata
4.3 Class
Reptilia
4.4 Clade
Dinosauria
4.5 Order
Saurischia
4.6 Suborder
Sauropodomorpha
4.7 Superorder
Dinosauria
4.8 Family
Not Available
4.9 Subfamily
Not Available
4.10 Tribe
Not Available
4.11 Genus
Angolatitan , et al.
4.12 Species
A. adamastor, et al.

Angolatitan Features

Dinosaurs are extinct reptiles. Their colors are still unknown! They lived in different environments. Let's learn about Angolatitan features. All the dinosaurs were vertebrates, since all had skeletons with back bones that surrounded a nerve cord. Angolatitan Characteristics are as follows:

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  • Length : 27 m

Even before humans came into existence, there were dinosaurs. Dinosaurs are prehistoric reptiles that lived in "Age of Reptiles".There were different kinds of dinosaurs that lived at different times. Angolatitan Classification is as follows:

  • Angolatitan Kingdom: Animalia
  • Angolatitan Class: Reptilia
  • Angolatitan Clade: Dinosauria
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  • Angolatitan Species: A. adamastor, et al.
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