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Mamenchisaurus

by Rupert Oliver

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Published by Rourke Enterprises in Vero Beach, FL .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mamenchisaurus -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Mamenchisaurus.,
  • Dinosaurs.

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    Follows a long-necked plant eater through his day as he becomes separated from his herd, encounters other dinosaurs, and finally rejoins his own kind.

    Edition Notes

    Statementwritten by Rupert Oliver ; illustrated by Andrew Howatt.
    ContributionsHowatt, Andrew, ill.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE862.S3 O455 1986
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[25] p. :
    Number of Pages25
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2546453M
    ISBN 100865922209
    LC Control Number85028336
    OCLC/WorldCa12973376

    Mamenchisaurus weighed only roughly 12 tons (11 tonnes). When Mamenchisaurus Lived: Mamenchisaurus lived during the late Jurassic Period, from about million to million years ago. Diet: Mamenchisaurus was an herbivore (a plant-eater). It ate plants, mostly conifers, using its peg-like teeth to pull foliage off plants. Mamenchisaurus had an extremely long neck, even longer than the famous North American Sauropod Brachiosaurus. This neck probably helped conserve energy by allowing the Sauropod to browse off multiple trees without even having to move. It could just turn its gargantuan long neck. Several individuals are known, however usually from partial vertebrae. It also may have encountered Shunosaurus.

    Mamenchisaurus is named after Mamen Brook, in Sichuan where it was first found. Evolutionary relationships. Mamenchisaurus youngi was a sauropod belonging to the Chinese family Euhelopodidae, a group of massive dinosaurs that lived from the Late Jurassic to the Early Cretaceous. Description. Mamenchisaurus ("mamenchi lizard") is one of the most unique long-necked dinosaurs for a very good reason - its neck was longest neck of any creature that ever lived. Stretching 59 ft (18 metres), the neck on Mamenchisaurus was longer than a school bus! The rest of it was just like other members of its family; a long tail, with stout legs.

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Mamenchisaurus by Rupert Oliver Download PDF EPUB FB2

From another book in this Dinosaur series: Surprise find!!!, February 6, By Ed (San Francisco) - See all my reviews This book is not the usual dinosaur book. It tells the story of a female nothosaurus while she looks for food, lays her eggs and encounters other prehistoric creatures.4/5(1).

From another book in this Dinosaur series: Surprise find!!!, February 6, By Ed (San Francisco) - See all my reviews This book is not the usual dinosaur book.

It tells the story of a female nothosaurus while she looks for food, lays her eggs and encounters other prehistoric creatures.4/4(1). Mamenchisaurus. [Rupert Oliver; Andrew Howatt] -- Follows a long-necked plant eater through his day as he becomes separated from his herd, encounters other dinosaurs, and finally rejoins his own kind.

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Free shipping over $/5(1). Mamenchisaurus is a sauropod dinosaur genus including several species, known for their remarkably long necks which made up half the total body length. It is known from numerous species which ranged in time from to million years ago, from the Oxfordian to Tithonian ages of the late Jurassic Period of China, and the largest species may have reached 35 m ( ft) in length and possibly.

Mamenchisaurus is one of the most unique long-necked dinosaurs for a very good reason - it has a really long neck. In fact, it had the longest neck of any creature that ever lived. Stretching 18 metres (60 feet), the neck on Mamenchisaurus was longer than a school bus. The rest of it was just like other members of its family; a long tail, with stout legs.

Mamenchisaurus had 19 neck vertebrae Birth type: Egg. Mamenchisaurus is a genus of sauropod dinosaur that originated from Late Jurassic Asia. Known for their remarkably long necks, which takes up half of their entire body, it is the largest species of dinosaur available to the Hammond Foundation.

Mamenchisaurus is first unlocked for operations on the Muertes Archipelago upon completion of the Science Division mission on Isla Sorna.

Mamenchisaurus is a dinosaur which lived approximately to million years ago during the late Jurassic Period. It was first discovered in on the construction site of what was to become the Yitang Highway in Sichuan, China. Init was examined by paleontologist Yang Zhongjian and eventually given the name Mamenchisaurus.

Mamenchisaurus jingyanensis was named in and was about ft ( m) long Mamenchisaurus youngi was named in (though. With such a long neck, you might assume that Mamenchisaurus subsisted on the uppermost leaves of tall trees.

However, some paleontologists believe that this dinosaur, and other sauropods like it, was incapable of holding its neck to its full vertical position, and instead swept it back and forth close to the ground, like the hose of a giant vacuum cleaner, as it feasted on low-lying.

Create an account or log into Facebook. Connect with friends, family and other people you know. Share photos and videos, send messages and get updates. Mamenchisaurus belonged to a group of gigantic plant-eating dinosaurs called sauropods. These dinosaurs had long necks, and Mamenchisaurus had one of the longest necks of any known animal.

The 19 neck bones were hollow, which meant that the neck was light enough for Mamenchisaurus to easily raise its head high enough to feed in the treetops. It had a small, pointed head. Mamenchisaurus youngi was named infollowed by M. anyuensis later that year and M. jingyanensis in Most recently, M.

yunnanensis was named in Concept art of a Mamenchisaurus. Mamenchisaurus was a member of the family Mamenchisauridae, and the infraorder Sauropoda. This particular species was found in the Shishugou Formation in. Mamenchisaurus was a lived in the Jurassic period and inhabited fossils have been found in places such as Chongqing (China), Govi-Altai (Mongolia) and Sichuan (China).

Quick facts about Mamenchisaurus: Existed from Upper Jurassic Epoch to million years ago. - The First Mamenchisaurian Skeleton with Complete Skull: Mamenchisaurus youngi (in Chinese with English summary). -- pp + 20 plates. Sichuan Science and Technology Press, Chengdu.

- H. Ouyang & Y. Ye - - Discovery of Late Jurassic Mamenchisaurus in Yunnan, southwestern China". Geological Bulletin of China 23 (): – Well, Mamenchisaurus and/or other Chinese sauropods may have been the inspiration.

Written during the Jin Dynasty ( C.E.), the book known as The Chronicles of Huayang documents the discovery of “dragon” bones in the Sichuan Province—which is known for Jurassic fossils. Mamenchisaurus. 9 0 (1 Today) By Venofoot | Watch. Published: asian asiananimals chineseanimals dinosaur jurassic sauropod mamenchisauridae longneckeddinosaurs latejurassic chinesedinosaurs chinese mamenchisaurus jurassicdinosaur asiandinosaurs More.

Creative Commons Attribution License. Mamenchisaurus Was a Late Jurassic Sauropod. Mamenchisaurus was a dinosaur that lived during the Late Jurassic period and was the biggest sauropod of its time.

Found in Asia and pronounced mah-MUN-chi-SAWR-us, the name means “Mamenchi lizard” and comes from the Chinese Pinyin and men, respectively ma men.

Mamenchisaurus was a sauropod that lived in East Asia during the Late Jurassic Period. It had typical sauropod features: an enormously long neck—more than half its body length—a long whip-like tail and a bulky body with four pillar-like legs.

The Mamenchisaurus was a genus of dinosaurs that was on our planet during the so-called Jurassic period (about million years ago). This genus has been classified within the group of the sauropod dinosaurs mamenquisaurids. This genus would have had a.

PNSO's Tales of Dinosaurs: Once Upon a Time in Chongqing, is a short film based on the book "Tales of Dinosaurs: Er-Ma's Secrets in the Jungle", made by PNSO. It was published on YouTube by PNSO's official account/ Please note that the following paragraph has been taken from the description of the aforementioned book that the short film is based on.

It may or may not be accurate to the book.Mamenchisaurus is one of the largest dinosaurs in Jurassic Park and, undoubtely, the one with the longest neck (up to 11 meters, half the length of the entire animal).

Unlike other sauropods, Mamenchisaurus will rather live in alone, roaming around the limits of the jungle and feeding on foliage, specially from conifers.

Because this kind of food is not very abundant in the Jurassic Park. Mamenchisaurus has the longest neck of all sauropods, but Supersaurus has a longer neck than Mamenchisaurus.