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N Like some dinosaurs, modern iguanas have a row of spikes on their necks and backs to deter attacks from predators. Land iguana Q How useful were massive claws? A Therizinosaurus had three huge, lethal-looking claws on each hand. However, some experts think the claws were too blunt to be used as weapons. Instead, they may have been used for feeding—to pluck foliage from trees or to rip open the nests of termites. If so, how this dinosaur defended itself remains a mystery. Iguanodon Thumb spike up to 6 in (15 cm) in length 43 Did body armor really help?

Those shown here are from an Iguanodon. One is in good condition; the other is worn. Lower tooth Worn lower tooth Neck suitable for browsing Q Were long necks useful?  Others, such as this Thecodontosaurus, may also have used them to reach into the middle of low-growing plants. Thecodontosaurus was a likely ancestor of the sauropods and had a much shorter neck than its later relatives. Thecodontosaurus Long claws for hooking plants More Facts n As the plant-eaters’ teeth wore down, new ones grew to replace them.

Soon, they evolved to live in seas and rivers. Today, there are 23 crocodilian species. 1 Geosaurus was an aquatic crocodilian of the Jurassic Period. Instead of the heavy armor that most crocodilians have, Geosaurus had smooth skin, making it a more agile swimmer than its relatives. Deinosuchus Geosaurus 2 At about 50 ft (15 m) in length, Deinosuchus was one of the biggest crocodilians. Its powerful jaws could probably crush a large dinosaur. 57 Are birds related to dinosaurs? Keen eyes to spot prey Slender head A heron may not look like a dinosaur, but striking similarities exist between birds and dinosaurs.

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