Organic Learning Hey there, kiddos. Ms. Stott here. Let’s go back millions of years ago and learn about some of our favorite dinosaurs. If you saw a Tyrannosaurus Rex walking by it might be up to 40 feet long, from its head to the tip of its tail. As long as a school bus! T. Rexs had 50 to 60 teeth, and were ferocious meat eaters. Look at the Velociraptor’s sharp curved claws. He used them to rip apart his food, which was sometimes other dinosaurs. Velociraptors traveled in packs just like wolves, but Velociraptors were probably too busy hunting to howl at the moon. That cool hood on the Triceratop’s head is called a “frill.” And the three horns on its head help protect it from meat eating dinosaurs. Do you think a Triceratops looks like a rhinosaurus? It does, but it was much bigger. Look at that neck! When a Brachiosaurus swallowed his food had to go down, down, down, to reach the dinosaurs belly. But Brachiosaurus was an herbivore which means he only ate plants. Between 400 and 800 pounds a day! Do you like these bony plates on the Stegosaurus’ back? He might have used them for defense. HIs brain was as small as a ping pong ball. But look at those spikes at the end of his tail… Ouch! Don’t you just love the shape of the Parasaurolophus’ head? Scientist’s believe he used that for making a loud trumpet sound. Bwahhhhh! If you stood next to a Parasaurolophus you would have to look up, up, up. He’s really tall! Some Pterodactyls were as small as crows, but others could spread their wings as wide as a school bus. They lived by rivers and oceans, and ate fish and insects. Wouldn’t it be crazy to see one of these flying around the beach? Wow, there is so much to learn about the dinosaurs. My favorite dinosaur is the Brachiosaurus. What’s your favorite dinosaur? I like that one too! Thanks for learning about the dinosaurs with me. You did a great job! Bye-bye, see you next time. If you liked our video, please give it a THUMBS UP And don’t forget to SUBSCRIBE And leave a COMMENT below. Thank you!