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Description of Aachenosaurus and Atsinganosaurus

1 Facts
1.1 Characteristics
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1.2 Meaning
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1.3 Pronounced
ah-shen-o-SOR-us
At-sing-ah-no-sore-us
1.4 Diet
1.4.1 Diet Content
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1.4.2 Type of Diet
Herbivore
Herbivore
1.5 Habitat
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1.6 Interesting Facts
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2 Fossils
2.1 Fossil representation
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Partial post cranial remains , of at least two individuals.
2.2 Time Period
2.2.1 Era
Late Cretaceous
Cretaceous
2.2.2 Was Present
84 million years ago
66 million years ago
2.3 Discovery
2.3.1 Year
2.3.2 Named By
Gerard Smets
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2.3.3 First Discovery
Etymology
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3 Characteristics
3.1 Size
3.1.1 Height
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3.1.2 Weight
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3.1.3 Length
4-5 m
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3.2 Teeth
3.2.1 Shape
is derived from the Latin multus (many) and dens (teeth), though were not sure how many teeth a tree has!
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3.2.2 Number
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Rank: N/A (Overall)
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Compsognathus Information
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4 Classification
4.1 Kingdom
Plantae
Animalia
4.2 Phylum
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Chordata
4.3 Class
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Reptilia
4.4 Clade
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Dinosauria
4.5 Order
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Saurischia
4.6 Suborder
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Sauropodomorpha
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
Aachenosaurus
Atsinganosaurus , et al.
4.12 Species
A. multidens
A. velauciensis

Era of Aachenosaurus and Atsinganosaurus

Description of Aachenosaurus and Atsinganosaurus has not been without controversy since there are various theories based on how dinosaurs became extinct. Some believe due to volcanic or earthquake activity, dinosaurs were dead. Whereas, some believe that dinosaurs became extinct due to asteroid hit or adverse climatic activity. The era of Aachenosaurus and Atsinganosaurus comprises of various facors like it;s discovery location, when it was present, in which year they were available and so on.Aachenosaurus belongs to Late Cretaceous era whereas Atsinganosaurus belongs to Cretaceous era.Aachenosaurus was discovered in 1888-01-01 (1888).Aachenosaurus was present about 84 million years ago.Atsinganosaurus was present about 66 million years ago.Characteristics of Aachenosaurus and Atsinganosaurus helps you understand about the size, body parts and posture of the dinosaurs.

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