Definition of stegosaurus
: any of a genus (Stegosaurus) of stegosaurs known from the Upper Jurassic rocks especially of Colorado and Wyoming
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And another tiny stegosaurus turned up last year inside Steggie, the museum's iconic statue.
Love the idea of seeing a realistic seeming T. rex or stegosaurus at full 40-plus-foot length — incidentally, the same length as the bona fide T. rex skeleton known as Sue inside the Field — and you’ll be awestruck.
A touch of the stegosaurus card, for example, summons up a report on drones being used to map dinosaur footprints in locations too remote for scientists to reach.
Have up-close encounters with a life-like stegosaurus, velociraptor and a T-Rex in a walk-through exhibit.
A third juxtaposes the size of a Volkswagen Beetle driven by a poofy-haired woman with a stegosaurus sporting the same pale violet coloration as the vehicle.
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STEGOSAURUS Defined for Kids
Definition of stegosaurus for Students
: a large plant-eating dinosaur with bony plates along its back and tail and with spikes at the end of the tail
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