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Stegosaurus Fun Facts

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American paleontologist Othniel Charles Marsh named the Stegosaurus as such because he thought the scales on the dino's backs looked like overlapping roof tiles.
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Early paleontologists discovered a large cavity in the hip section that they thought could have housed an emergency "second brain." However, some other dinosaurs without small brains also have such a cavity.
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Gary Larson created the "Thagomizer" nickname in a 1982 Far Side cartoon, only for some paleontologists to begin using it during formal presentations!
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Even though many other famous dinosaurs like the Allosaurus and the Apatosaurus were first discovered in Colorado, it was the small-brained Stegosaurus that came out on top in the hearts of Coloradans.
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Asiatic species of the Stegosaur genus include the Chungkingosaurus, or "Chongqing Lizard," and the Tuojiangosaurus, or "Tuo river lizard."
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The Stegosaurus had a brain no bigger than the average dog's. In fact, the Stegosaurus is one of the largest dinosaurs to have such a small brain.
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Like some modern-day birds, the Stegosaurus used a "gastrolith," aka a "gizzard stone," to help grind up the tough vegetation inside its stomach.
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If they had lived in the same time period, a Stegosaur that avoided being eaten could have expected to outlive a mighty T. Rex by at least 50 years!
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To this day, scientists still aren't sure if a Stegosaurus's plates were used for protection against animals or for some other purpose, such as regulating body temperature.
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While it is uncertain if the Stegosaur used its plates for protection, the Ankylosaur definitely had enough natural armor to keep predators away.