- Isle of Wight dinosaur bones being restored
- Experts are restoring the bones of a 12ft (3.6m) dinosaur unearthed on the Isle of Wight. The Valdosaurus, a plant eating reptile, was found by a walker who spotted bones sticking out from mud on the island's south west coast.
- FOSSIL FIND FOR SCHOOL TRIP YOUNGSTER
- On closer inspecton and some cleaning by Martin New of Dinosaur Isle, the distinctive shape meant it was from an 'Ornithopod' dinosaur (a plant eater) and possibly either Iguanodon , Mantellisaurus or Valdosaurus. Other distinctive features also meant ...
- The Wealden Bible: English Wealden Fossils, 2011
- Norman agrees with Naish & Martill (2008) that the Valanginian dryosaurid material may indeed represent a new taxon. Note also that substantial material of the Wealden dryosaurid Valdosaurus has just been described elsewhere by Barrett et al. (2011).
- Self Improvement Wednesday - understanding dinosaurs
- b) Allosaurus fragilis c) Valdosaurus canaliculatus d) Velociraptor mongoliensis. 2. Which four-winged dinosaur is thought to have had large feathers on all limbs?
- Un nuevo dinosaurio descubierto en Teruel, 'Hipsi', la 'gacela del Cretácico'
- "En 1984 lo determinaron como valdosaurus por sus fémures, y en 1987 como hypsilophodon por el estudio del ilion [un hueso de la cadera] y el fémur izquierdos, ambos incompletos", recuerda Ruiz. En los 90, expertos de la Universidad de Zaragoza ...
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