Dinosaurs: Amygdalodon, the "almond tooth" dinosaur

Dinosaurs: Amygdalodon, the


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Amygdalodon Profile

Translation: Almond teeth
Description: Herbivore, quadruped
Order: Saurischia
Suborder: Sauropodomorpha
Infraorder: Sauropoda
Family: Cetiosauridae
Height: 4 meters
Length: 12-15 meters
Weight: 5 tons
Period: Jurassic medium

Known from fragmentary remains, Amygdalodon is one of the only Jurassic dinosaurs known from South America. As a sauropod, it would have been large and possessed a long neck.

Your name means "almond teeth”By the shape of their teeth, belonging to a herbivorous dinosaur genus.

Fossils of Amygdalodon have been found in the Cerro Carnerero Formation (at least two specimens, and remains of a third).

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