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Heterodontosaurus

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2023-07-18 Snargl 0 minute 0 second

Where does the Heterodontosaurus live?

Heterodontosaurus was a dinosaur that lived in the Early Jurassic period, about 200 to 190 million years ago.
It was found in South Africa, where the climate was partly desert-like.
Heterodontosaurus probably stayed near places where water and plants were more abundant, such as oases or rivers.
It had different types of teeth, including long tusks and chisel-like cheek teeth, that helped it eat both plants and small animals.
Heterodontosaurus was one of the largest members of its family, reaching up to 1.75 meters in length and 10 kilograms in weight.

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What does the Heterodontosaurus look like?

The Heterodontosaurus was a small dinosaur with a long, narrow, and triangular skull.

It had a horny beak at the front of its jaws, and three types of teeth: small incisors, long tusks, and chisel-like cheek teeth.

The Heterodontosaurus had a short body with a long tail, and five-fingered forelimbs that were longer and stronger than its four-toed hindlimbs.

This a small dinosaur was probably herbivorous or omnivorous, and could run on two legs.

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