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Find all of the scattered Pterodactyls Eggs and return them to your nest before time runs out! Grab 50 eggs for an extra life! Watch out for prehistoric bugs! If they bump into you, they'll make you drop some of your pterodactyls eggs! Dropped eggs must be recovered quickly, or else they may become a snack for the terrible t-rex on the ground below! Have Fun!
Do you like to dinosaurs, and do you also enjoy to play an animal flash game online? If you are in the same mood as us today, then you probably would have a lot of fun if you play our free Dinosoars flash game online.
Use Up Arrow Key for Up. Left / Right Arrow Keys to Move sideways. Down Arrow Key for Down. Spacebar for a Power Surge.
Pterodactyls Eggs are eggs from the Pterosaurs. According to WikiPedia Pterosaurs are the earliest vertebrates known to have evolved powered flight. Their wings were formed by a membrane of skin, muscle, and other tissues stretching from the ankles to a dramatically lengthened fourth finger. They were first discovered back in 1784. It was a carnivore (meat eater) and probably preyed upon fish and other small animals.
There are many fun facts about dinosaurs for kids and a countless number of websites listing these facts some good ones are Science Kids, KidsDigDinos.com, and Kids Konnect. We studied some of these website and here are some of our findings. While dinosoars came a long time before us humans, fossils and modern technology have helped us piece together what dinosoars may have looked like and even how they might have behaved. The smartest dinosaur was the Troodon. Scientists measure smartness by figuring out how big an animal compared to its body. This is called "encephalization quotient." Troodon wins! Even so, they think he was only about as smart as a modern possum. But for a dinosaur, that was pretty smart. The dumbest dinosaur was the Stegosaurus.It had a brain as big as a walnut in a body weighing nearly two tons. The fastest dinosaurs were the Coelophysis and Ornithomimosaurs. Scientists say these dinosoars were able to run up to 30 miles per hour for short distances. The Biggest Dinosaurs were the Saurpods. Seismosaurus was 165 feet long. Arentinosaurus was the heaviest at 100 tons. The Brachiosaurus was 39 feet high. Giganotosaurus was the largest hunting dinosaur, at 46 feet long and up to 8 tons. The Smallest Dinosaur was the Saltopus. It was only 3 feet long, and weighed about five pounds. Well, we think that's enough facts for one day, you should play our fun Dinosoars flash game online now.