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Jurassic World

written by: eyez2k1ss
 
Approximately 200 million years ago Dinosaurs, giant prehistoric reptiles, reigned as dominant animals on land. Take a tour back in time and learn more about these amazing animals.

Question 1:


Dinosaurs appeared about 230 million years ago during the Triassic period and became extinct about 160 million years later, during the Cretaceous period. What is the period which marked the peak of dinosaurs' reign on land referred to?
Dinosaurian
Jurassic
Permian
Carboniferous

Question 2:


Despite the fierce image movies have attributed to dinosaurs, approximately this percent of dinosaurs fed on plants and were quite peaceful.
52 %
65 %
20 %
90 %

Question 3:


It is interesting to note that contrary to popular belief, by scientific definiton, there were no dinosaurs of this type.
flying dinosaurs
cold-blooded dinosaurs
marine dinosaurs
neither flying nor marine dinosaurs

Question 4:

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This dinosaur's massive 2-ton body, plated on the back, was unnaturally huge for the animal's tiny head. Scientists even doubted that a brain that small could control such a large creature.
Saichania
Nigersaurus
Stegosaurus
Irritator


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Question 5:

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Argentinosaurus, the tallest dinosaur known, measured about 35 meters, or 115 feet in length. What was its estimated height?
21 metres (68 feet)
27 meters (88 feet)
17 meters (55 feet)
30 meters (98 feet)


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Question 6:

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More than 30 specimens of the well-known Tyrannosaurus Rex have been found around the world. Probably the most famous fossil of this creature is on display at the Field Museum in Chicago. What is the nickname scientists gave it?
Roxy
Betty
Sue
Linda


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Question 7:

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When first discovered, this dinosaur astounded paleontologists with its huge claws, reaching nearly a meter (3 ft.) in length.
Ceratosaurus
Achelousaurus
Chasmosaurus
Therizinosaurus


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Question 8:


What was the most impressive feature of the Stegosaurus' appearance, which makes it the most easily identifiable dinosaur even for the non-expert observer?
Long curved horns
Enormous tail
Long neck
Kite-shaped plates

Question 9:


Popularized by the "Jurassic Park" movie, velociraptors were relatively small carnivorous dinosaurs, which had evolved to be the perfect killers. What feature of their body in particular, helped them become such effective hunters?
An extra claw on their hind limbs
A massive jaw
A strong tail with spikes
Two rows of teeth

Question 10:

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Mamenchisaurus was a herbivorous dinosaur with stout legs, massive body, small head and an impressively big neck. Keeping in mind the mamenchisaurus' overall length of about 25 meters (82 feet) can you guess how long its neck was?
10 m (32 ft)
15 m (46 ft)
21 m (68 ft)
7 m (22 ft)


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