Dinosaurs: Callovosaurus, the Callovian lizard

Dinosaurs: Callovosaurus, the Callovian lizard


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Callovosaurus file

Translation: Callovian lizard by Alfred Nicholson Leeds
Description: Herbivore, bipedal
Order: Ornithischia
Suborder: Ornithopoda
Infraorder: Iguanodontia
Family: Dryosauridae (not confirmed)
Height: 1.2 meters
Length: 2.7 meters
Weight: 56.7 kg
Period: Middle jurassic

The Callovosaurus It is known from incomplete fragments discovered in England, and it was a dinosaur from the Jurassic period.

It is the oldest known member of the iguanodon family, whose limbs walked on their hind legs, but which used all four legs when feeding.

Image: Danny Cicchetti on Wikimedia

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