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Make and name your own dinosaur species. This dinosaur games lets you change the way your dinosaur looks.

Make A Dinosaur Game

         

Review and memorize all the dinosaurs, or create a customized list of terrible lizards to study. This is a great tool for teachers, parents, and most of all, for kids.

Dinosaur flashcards

         

The dinosaur version of the classic memory game. Match dinosaur pairs to win. Learn to Recognize Dinosaur Shapes And Sizes.

Dinosaur Memory Game

 

         

Learn about dinosaurs while mutating how they looked. You can mutate a dinosaur to create a new one.

Mutate A Dinosaur


 

Match dinosaurs with their shadows. Learn the names of a few of the most popular dinosaurs. This is a great game for Junior Dinosaur Explorers.

Dinosaur Matching Game

         

Want to learn about dinosaur types and how they are classified? This engaging game captures children's attention, while reinforcing dino concepts.

Dinosaur Hangman Game

         

A great way to learn and review dinosaur names. This challenging version of the classic hangman game will stretch you dinosaur knowledge.

Dinosaur Hangman Game

         

Paint and print out a dinosaur masterpiece with our Dinosaur Painter.

Dinosaur Memory Game

 

 
 





         
  Scutellosaurus

About Scutellosaurus
Scutellosaurus roamed the North American Continent around 208 million years ago. This early member of the Scutellosaurus, or armored dinosaur group, may have been the common ancestor of later armored dinosaurs.

Scutellosaurus was a small dinosaur, and in many ways resembled a modern day lizard. However, the body of Scutellosaurus was actually much different than those of the lizards we see today.

It was covered with hundreds of small thorns or studs known as scutes.
These scutes were embedded in the animal's skin and did not actually connect with the inner skeleton.
The head of Scutellosaurus was also protected by a bony plate. The hind legs of Scutellosaurus were powerful, allowing it to run very quickly.

It is believed that Scutellosaurus was a plant-eater, spending its day in search of food.
 
 





 
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