- From the genus Ankylosaurus, from Ancient Greek ἀγκύλος (ankulos) + σαῦρος (sauros, "lizard"). (Wiktionary)
“We'll meet a baby ankylosaurus incubated from an abandoned egg; rampaging, short-armed carnotauruses; and a pack of nicoraptors, which are like mangy, feral dogs.”
“If I were to have a mounted head on my wall (as opposed to, say, the casts of a saber tooth tiger or garial or camarasaurus or ankylosaurus that I do have) - but if I were to have a stuffed head of a modernday animal, I would want one of these.”
“Like a rhinoceros crossed with an ankylosaurus crossed with a Kevlar vest, he is — I am in awe.”
“ It's the same sound I made when I was his age and my mother tried to pronounce “ankylosaurus.””
“The other guitarist will probably be an ankylosaurus.”
“It's the same sound I made when I was his age and my mother tried to pronounce “ankylosaurus.””
“Its oddly flattened body reminded Justin of an aquatic ankylosaurus.”
“Triceratops with its ruffed collar, tyrannosaurus of the fearful teeth, ankylosaurus the plated ambulating tank, trachodon the gentle duck-billed monster-all had vanished.”
“Low-slung and heavily armored, nodosaurs - a group similar to the better-known ankylosaurus - sometimes grew to be 20 feet long.”
“But they are reported to include tyrannosaurus and ankylosaurus bones, as well as what could be the largest duck-billed dinosaur ever excavated.”
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Just the animals themselves. (See the other gigantic tar-pit of a list called "Words of Dinosaurology" for other terms.) Also see this list for some dinosaurs that are considered "proto-birds."
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