About Melanorosaurus

Little is known about the early plant-eating dinosaurs called Prosauropods. Melanorosaurus is one of the first Prosauropods to be discovered. Estimates of its size vary greatly from 20 feet in length to 40 feet. Melanorosaurus probably used its massive size and long neck to eat high growing vegetation. Notice how Melanorosaurus' legs extend straight down from its body. This is one feature that helps distinguish dinosaurs from other reptiles, whose legs usually stick out to the side.
What is this dinosaur’s name?
How do I pronounce Melanorosaurus?
What does the name Melanorosaurus mean?
Black Mountain Reptile
How long was Melanorosaurus?
33.00 feet 11.00 meters
How heavy was Melanorosaurus?
2000.00 pounds 1000.00 kilograms
What dinosaur class was Melanorosaurus assigned to?
What did Melanorosaurus eat?
Plants, such as the tops of trees
How many years ago did Melanorosaurus live?
205,000,000 Years Ago
In what period did Melanorosaurus live?
Late Triassic, Early Jurassic
Where did Melanorosaurus live?
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Melanorosaurus's Time

Years Ago

Melanorosaurus Map

Melanorosaurus's size

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