American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A large herbivorous dinosaur of the Cretaceous Period, having a squat, heavily armored body and a clubbed tail.
- n. an ankylosaurus
- n. having the back covered with thick bony plates; thought to have walked with a sprawling gait resembling a lizard's
- New Latin Ankylosaurus, genus name : Greek ankulos, crooked, bent + Greek sauros, lizard. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“In 2002, a newly discovered ankylosaur was named for him: Crichtonsaurus bohlini.”
“Approximately 19% of the sample consists of bones of the ankylosaur Mymoorapelta, mostly osteoderms and lateral spines 2 individuals.”
“Over 800+ cataloged specimens from seven species of dinosaur, including the type specimen of the first Jurassic ankylosaur Mymoorapelta, have been recovered from this bonebed.”
“The green styracosaur at front right changes colour when placed in hot water and the spiky ankylosaur thing next to it glows in the dark.”
“His ankylosaur print is the first such print of the species from the Jurassic Period and the largest print of any ankylosaur from the Age of the Dinosaurs.”
“This is the first and only ankylosaur footprint ever found in the Jurassic — anywhere in the world.”
“Current Music: doomsday's power is basically being an ankylosaur? wtf?”
“The big-sized chair was upholstered in ankylosaur skin and too knobbly.”
“The corpse stretched almost fourteen feet from the tip of a rounded snout to the spiked ankylosaur tail.”
“The 110-million-year-old remains were of an ankylosaur, a plant-eating dinosaur with a large tail.”
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At first, this was a list for things found in Dinosaurs: A Concise Natural History by David E. Fastovsky. But now it's degenerated a bit to contain anything dinosaur or fossil related.
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