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5 Facts About Dinosaurs You Will Be Shocked To Find Out

5 Facts About Dinosaurs You Will Be Shocked To Find Out

Trennosaurs Trix

 It was the largest carnivore at all, with a length of 12 meters and a weight of about 10 tons. It was very brutal, with a length of 30 cm of teeth, which gave it the distinct ability to destroy cars, homes, and huge buildings, and in addition to having the strongest bite of a living being, where its bite strength ranges between 8000 and 50,000 pounds  That number seems staggering compared to our 200-pound bite, or even the crocodile's bite, which also doesn't exceed 3700 pounds.

Wishbones of a dinosaur

You may have heard that chickens are close relatives of the Trix, but this theory is difficult to understand. Well, they walk on two legs and have small, hollow claws. So what is the common thing, it turns out that there is another strange thing that is easy to point out to the link between modern poultry and the old tyrannical lizards, which is the wishbone or  Fercula, and the strange thing is that the wishbone helps stabilize the bird’s body during flight and helps it regulate breathing in flight. Chickens and Terex do not fly, which has faced scientists in the difficulty of determining the function of the collarbone.


For many years the Pontosaurus was known to every child who knew anything about dinosaurs.  It is one of the most famous dinosaurs. This animal was not fast at all, as it was twenty meters long and four and a half meters high to the top of its back, and its size was thus the size of ten elephants put together, and in order to obtain ease of movement, it stayed most of the time in the water where he found aquatic plants and mollusks  And fish.

Very little dinosaur

We have come to expect all dinosaurs to be large enough to swallow us all, it seems that researchers have found the smallest known dinosaur in the world in a piece of amber 99 million years old recovered from the Cretaceous period in Myanmar The specimen that is similar in size to the humming bee hummingbird is the smallest bird in the world.  It weighs about two grams, has large, bulging eyes, and may help researchers understand the process by which small birds evolved from dinosaurs to birds.


 Have you ever wondered how gigantic dinosaurs are?  You don't need to look further than Argentinosaurus and his brethren Titanosaurus if you want to fully appreciate just how huge these monsters are.  Fossil remains found in 2014 indicate that the animal weighed about 77 tons and may have been 40 meters or about 130 feet long.  It would have been the largest object ever to walk on Earth in a long shot, weighing 77 tons


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