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Alden, Laura, 1955-; Magnuson, Diana, ill; Child's World (Firm). Describes the physical characteristics, natural environment, and habits of Megalosaurus, a huge, two-legged, meat-eating dinosaur. Megalosaurus, Megalosaurus, Dinosaurs. Mankato, MN : Child's World.
Megalosaurus : Dinosaurs Series. Mandy the Megalosaurus is the 13th book in the My Dinosaur Alphabet series. The Childs World Inc Library Binding (32 pages). Colourful illustrations make this book fun to read and learn the alphabet and some new words.
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Megalosaurus is a reinforced, library bound book in The Child's World series Dinosaurs. Format:Library Binding.
Select Format: Library Binding. Megalosaurus is a reinforced, library bound book in The Child's World series Dinosaurs. ISBN13:9780895656292. Release Date:September 1991. Publisher:Child's World, Incorporated, The.
Megalosaurus was a bipedal theropod that had a long tail which helped with balance. It was about 6 to 9 meters in length. Megalosaurus was one of the first species discovered, along with Iguanodon. People may have thought that this dinosaur was a giant lizard. Megalosaurus lived in Europe during the Jurassic period. The most notable Megalosaurus is Manny.
About Diana Magnuson (Illustrator) : Diana Magnuson is a published author and an illustrator of children's books and young adult books.
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Megalosaurus is an extinct genus of large meat-eating theropod dinosaurs of the Middle Jurassic period (Bathonian stage, 166 million years ago) of Southern England. Although fossils from other areas have been assigned to the genus, the only certain remains of Megalosaurus come from Oxfordshire and date to the late Middle Jurassic. The earliest possible fossils of the genus came from the Taynton Limestone Formation. One of these was the lower part of a femur, discovered in the 17th century