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Spinosaurus Fun Facts

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The full scientific name for the first Spinosaurus species is "Spinosaurus aegyptiacus," which means "Egyptian spine lizard."
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Having been discovered by Germans, the first known Spinosaurus fossil was housed at the Paleontological Museum in Munich. A 1944 British bombing raid inadvertently hit the museum and destroyed the specimen.
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The Spinosaurus was a bipedal theropod, which means that it walked on two legs and had three toes, which would have enabled it to travel quickly while standing on its hind legs.
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With a body measuring up to 59 feet in length and between 13-22 tons, the Spinosaurus was larger even than the mighty T. Rex!
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The Spinosaurus had a series of long, skin-covered bones poking out of its back. This sail could have been used to display a dino's social status within the pack.
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Factors such as the Spinosaurus's fish-based diet, its bones as dense as a penguin's bones, and its crocodile-like snout all suggest that the dino could move from the land into the water.
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As an inhabitant of the Earth's Cretaceous period, the Spinosaurus would have lived at the same time as dinos such as the Tyrannosaurus Rex, the Velociraptor, and the Triceratops.
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The Spinosaurus was first identified by German paleontologist Ernst Stromer in 1915, whose assistant, Richard Markgraf, had discovered an incomplete skeleton of the dino in Egypt in 1912.
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The Spinosaurus had a narrow skull, long jaws, and straight teeth, which enabled it to eat fish.
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Apart from its teeth, the Spinosaurus's noticeably long skull contained a large brain relative to its overall body mass, suggesting above-average dino intelligence.