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About Choristodera

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1 Facts
1.1 Characteristics
The skull of these animals have a long, thin snout filled with small, sharp conical teeth .
1.2 Meaning
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1.3 Pronounced
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1.4 Diet
1.4.1 Diet Content
Not Available
1.4.2 Type of Diet
Not Available
1.5 Habitat
Not Available
1.6 Interesting Facts
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2 Fossils
2.1 Fossil representation
Champsosaurid remains are known from as far as East Timor .
2.2 Time Period
2.2.1 Era
Middle Jurassic
2.2.2 Was Present
165 - 20 million years ago
2.3 Discovery
2.3.1 Year
1884-01-01 (1884)
Closeby
2.3.2 Named By
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2.3.3 First Discovery
Skin impressions found with champsosaur fossils show non-overlapping scales of very small size and the skin containing no scutes like those found in crocodilians (see crocodile exoskeleton ) .
3 Characteristics
3.1 Size
3.1.1 Height
Not Available
3.1.2 Weight
Not Available
3.1.3 Length
10 m
3.2 Teeth
3.2.1 Shape
The skull of these animals have a long, thin snout filled with small, sharp conical teeth . There is some tooth differentiation, with the anterior teeth being larger than the posterior ones .
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
Sauria
4.5 Order
Choristodera
4.6 Suborder
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4.7 Superorder
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4.8 Family
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4.9 Subfamily
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4.10 Tribe
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4.11 Genus
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4.12 Species
Lazarussuchus, Lazarussuchus, Pachystropheus, Lazarussuchus, L. dvoraki

Choristodera Features

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

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  • Length : 10 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. Choristodera Classification is as follows:

  • Choristodera Kingdom: Animalia
  • Choristodera Class: Reptilia
  • Choristodera Clade: Sauria
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  • Choristodera Species: Lazarussuchus, Lazarussuchus, Pachystropheus, Lazarussuchus, L. dvoraki
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