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Mother Nature (Page 4)

Archaeopteryx
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When gliding through the air, Archaeopteryx looks more like a bird than a dinosaur. Even when grounded, it almost appears...read more

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Apatosaurus
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The ground rumbles wherever Apatosaurus walks. It just isn’t possible for the heavy herbivore to sneak around quietly...read more

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Allosaurus
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Being fearless, Allosaurus never shies away from doing as it pleases. The daring dinosaur feeds itself by scavenging as...read more

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Velociraptor
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Sharp is a good word for describing Velociraptor’s look. The skilled hunter has clawed feet and razor-like teeth. Both...read more

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Triceratops
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With spear-like horns and a shield-like neck frill, Triceratops is always on guard. It is a favorite target for...read more

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Stegosaurus
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When in the spotlight, Stegosaurus does what it can to show off. It displays its standing back plates to look much bigger...read more

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Spinosaurus
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For Spinosaurus, fishy smells bring on hunger. This is because the water lover likes to fish for its dinner. A giant...read more

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Brachiosaurus
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To stand tall, Brachiosaurus puts its shoulders back and holds its long neck up high. The result is an elevated posture...read more

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Shoo Wee Okapi
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Shoo Wee! Do you smell that? What is that smell...I think it's that Okapi! What is an Okapi, anyway?...read more

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Nesting Neighbors
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Take a sweet journey of discovery with a family as they watch and learn about their new bird neighbors nesting right...read more

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