A female dinosaur is a dinosaur.
Max's dinosaur is called Chomp, he is a Triceratops.
There were both male and female dinosaurs.
A newborn dinosaur is called a hatchling. Shortly after it grows enough to be called a juvenile dinosaur. A nearly adult dinosaur is called a subadult.
It depends on the dinosaur.
A male dinosaur is called a bull I thought it was a buck
Scientists believe they can extract dinosaur DNA from a fossilised female mosquito,in an attempt to clone a dinosaur.A female mosquito is being used because, only the female feeds on blood.
It's called a baby dinosaur
A duck billed dinosaur is called a Hadrosaurid. They were the first dinosaur family to be identified in North America.
no but there is such thing called a sloth dinosaur they were herbivours.
Apatosaurus, formally called brontosaurus, is likely the dinosaur you are looking for.
Rex's dinosaur is named Ace, meaning "First" or "The Best".
Pteranodon, as it is properly called was not a dinosaur, but a member of another group of reptile called pterosaurs.
"Jurassosaurus" is an informal name for the dinosaur Tianchiasaurus.
There is a genus of dinosaur called Apatosaurus. Apatosaurus was a sauropod, or a quadrupedal, lizard hipped, herbivorous dinosaur with a long neck and a long tail.
Generally, female dinosaur eels are more aggressive than males. Males have larger anal fins and can be slightly larger than females.
No, because dinosaur bones called fossils are the skeleton of a dinosaur. The skeleton is there because all dinosaurs are extinct.
It depends what dinosaur and if the female was defending her nest etc, etc.
you look under their tail or the male will have male genitalia and the female wont!!
A person who works with and finds dinosaur bones professionally is called a Paleontologist.
The male bichir has a broader penus fin than the female. The females are mainly larger in size than the males.
There are no plans for a Dinosaur 2.
it is called "Fossils"
it is called a blubbery dinosaur `
sometimes i read books about an animal called a dinosaur.