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People once supposed that the hadrosaurs fed on water plants that grew in swamps, like the modern North American moose. Experts now believe hadrosaurs spent most of their time on dry land. Leaellynasaura Q Did plant-eaters ever live in trees? A When fossils of the ornithopod Hypsilophodon were discovered in 1849, paleontologists believed that this small plant-eater lived in trees. They thought it used its long tail for balancing while it clung onto branches with its sharp toes. Now experts are convinced that none of the plant-eaters lived in trees, although some of the smaller meat-eaters may have been tree-dwellers.
Pairs of bone plates protected its neck, shoulders, and back. Six pairs of spikes—each of which was up to 2 ft (60 cm) in length—adorned its lower back and tail. Kentrosaurus would have used these spikes to fend off theropods, such as Allosaurus. Toothless beak Blunt nails Sturdy legs Therizinosaurus Q Which dinosaur had a thumb spike? A Iguanodon was a large herbivore without spines, plates, or claws. Its only defensive weapon was a single long spike on each thumb. Paleontologists believe this dinosaur may have jabbed at attacking theropods with the spike.
The vertebrae were hollow and thin to make the neck as lightweight as possible. Mamenchisaurus Neck held stiffly Total length of dinosaur was 72 ft (22 m) Diplodocus Q Who had the longest tail? A Diplodocus is the most likely holder of this title. This dinosaur had a tail measuring around 46 ft (14 m), as long as Mamenchisaurus’s neck. The tail was composed of about 80 vertebrae, which became narrower at the tail’s tip. Diplodocus probably used its tail as a counterbalance for its long neck and it may have whipped attackers with its tail, too.