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  • noun Plural form of hypsilophodont.


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  • In nearby strata, he uncovered nests, eggs and unhatched babies of smaller, graceful biped dinosaurs called hypsilophodonts.

    New Theories And Old Bones Reveal The Lifestyle Of The Dinosaur

  • On one of them, the hypsilophodonts leapt into the air as a pack of velociraptors entered the field from the west.

    Jurassic Park

  • Grant was staring down at the ground, and he had a last glimpse of the hypsilophodonts, leaping gracefully as gazelles, moments before another explosion flared bright beneath them.

    Jurassic Park

  • Some of the hypsilophodonts were chewing, the jaws working.

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  • One of the hypsilophodonts fell and broke his neck.

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  • At the unexpected sound, the herd of hypsilophodonts suddenly leapt into the air and bounded above the grass like kangaroos, showing their full bodies with massive hind limbs and long tails in the afternoon sunlight.

    Jurassic Park

  • The screens now showed pictures of hypsilophodonts, and printed out data about them.

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  • We are first going to visit one of these average-size animals, called hypsilophodonts.

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