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Brachiosaurus Arm lizard


Brachiosaurus (‘Arm lizard’)
Herbivore Jurassic period, 150 MYA, Found in: North America, Lived in: Forests. Dino skill: Brachiosaurus just spent its day lumbering around, so wasn’t particularly skil full, but it was so large that no predator could harm it. Brachiosaurus Killer rating: 1/5, Speed: 1/5, Defence: 4/5

Foraging
Brachiosaurus may have often held its long neck parallel to the ground to sift through the undergrowth for food, as well as to reach up to leaves on trees
Extra height
Unlike many other dinosaurs, their front legs were longer than their back legs, which provided additional elevation for their neck and head
Small skull
Brachiosaurus had a tiny head
Earth-shaker
Adult Brachiosaurus weighed over 100 tonnes
Vertebra
This is a bone from the long neck of the Brachiosaurus called a vertebra

Brachiosaurus (‘Arm lizard’)  Herbivore Jurassic period, 150 MYA, Found in: North America, Lived in: Forests. Dino skill: Brachiosaurus just spent its day lumbering around, so wasn’t particularly skil full, but it was so large that no predator could harm it. Brachiosaurus Killer rating: 1/5, Speed: 1/5, Defence: 4/5  Foraging  Brachiosaurus may have often held its long neck parallel to the ground to sift through the undergrowth for food, as well as to reach up to leaves on trees  Extra height  Unlike many other dinosaurs, their front legs were longer than their back legs, which provided additional elevation for their neck and head  Small skull  Brachiosaurus had a tiny head  Earth-shaker  Adult Brachiosaurus weighed over 100 tonnes  Vertebra  This is a bone from the long neck of the Brachiosaurus called a vertebra