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Prehistoric animals - Brachiosaurus

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Solve the online jigsaw puzzle on prehistoric animals - Brachiosaurus at different difficulty levels.  INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT BRACHIOSAURUS Brachiosaurus was a gigantic dinosaur with long front legs and shorter rear legs.  Its neck and head stood up more than 40 feet in the air.  It used to feed high on trees.  It's weight is estimated to be more than 28 tons by Scientists. 

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Prehistoric animals - Archaeopteryx

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Solve the online jigsaw puzzle on prehistoric animals - Archaeopteryx at different difficulty levels.  INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT ARCHAEOPTERYX  Archaeopteryx is probably the most famous fossil of all prehistoric animals. There is a possibility that it could glide.  It was bird though very primitive. It had sharp teeth, three fingers with claws, and a long, bony tail. It is the closest link between birds and dinosaurs. A

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Prehistoric animals - Ankylosaurus

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Solve the online jigsaw puzzle on prehistoric animals - Ankylosaurus at different difficulty levels.  INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT ANKYLOSAURUS  It was a herbivore and 25 to 35 feet long. It had a clublike tail made of seven bones fused together into a hard and heavy mass. It has an extremely tough armor. It roamed across the North American West, snipping plants with its little leaf-shaped teeth. It had fewer teeth as compared to the duckbills and horned dinosaurs.  

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Prehistoric animals - Allosaurus

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Solve the online jigsaw puzzle on the prehistoric animal - Allosaurus at various difficulty levels. INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT ALLOSAURUS It was the king of the Jurassic predators in North America. It;s powerful jaws held nearly 70 sharp, thick teeth. Had three-fingered hands and the claws measured up to 8 inches long.  It's skull bones were very flexible thought it did not have a very large skull or teeth for an animal of its size. A large space in it's mouth was created by bending the lower jawbones. This helped in holding meat. 

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