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  • noun Plural form of stegosaur.

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Examples

  • A new fossil from Portugal shows an interesting variation in stegosaurs.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • "The stegosaurs are a mid-Jurassic animal, evolving about a hundred and seventy million years ago," the recording said.

    Jurassic Park

  • The general similarities between the two dinosaurs suggest that the three main groups of dinosaurs -sauropods, theropods and "bird-hipped" ornithischians such as stegosaurs, ankylosaurs and Triceratops - did share an overall body plan.

    FOXNews.com

  • The general similarities between the two dinosaurs suggest that the three main groups of dinosaurs -sauropods, theropods and "bird-hipped" ornithischians such as stegosaurs, ankylosaurs and Triceratops - did share an overall body plan.

    FOXNews.com

  • Protohadros was a large ornithopod native to Texas, living at the very end of the Early Cretaceous period, right before the big extinction in the Turonian that knocked off the stegosaurs, a lot of the pterosaurs, and others.

    Life's Time Capsule: Thoughts on Palaeoart II

  • Im a bit disappointed that there was no mention of stegosaurs despite the image on the top ...

    Obscure dinosaurs of the Kimmeridge Clay

  • There were large and small theropods, several types of sauropod, herbivorous ornithopods, and both stegosaurs and ankylosaurs.

    Obscure dinosaurs of the Kimmeridge Clay

  • There were large and small theropods, several types of sauropod, herbivorous ornithopods, and both stegosaurs and ankylosaurs.

    Archive 2006-12-01

  • And this week in San Diego, at the meeting of the Society for Vertebrate Paleontology, one researcher will announce new calculations showing that lumbering, plated stegosaurs and long-necked brachiosaurs did not have the reptilian equivalent of an IQ of 20: they were at least a 50.

    New Theories And Old Bones Reveal The Lifestyle Of The Dinosaur

  • And here are some stegosaurs (and a Scelidosaurus in the midde).

    Archive 2006-08-01

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