Smallest dinosaur

Did you know that some of the smallest dinosaurs that have ever been found were only about a foot long?

Did you know that some of the smallest dinosaurs that have ever been found were only about a foot long?

Create some DIY dinosaur bones for using in sensory play activities and learning about maths at the same time!

Digging for Dinosaur Bones Maths Game

math obj: Given different sized bones, students will be able to sort them from biggest to smallest. goal: To develop skills necessary for a smooth kindergarten transition

These Dinosaurs Could Fit in a Prehistoric Breadbox: Smallest Raptor - Microraptor

These 20 Creatures Could Fit in a Prehistoric Breadbox

Meet Microraptor, the World's Smallest Dinosaur: Microraptor Had Four, Rather Than Two, Wings

Compsognathus - Greek for "pretty jaw." About the size of a chicken or turkey, it is one of the smallest known dinosaurs.

Compsognathus - Compsognathus which means "pretty jaw" is possibly the smallest dinosaur to exist at 28 inches o/a length Species: C. longipes (type species named by Wagner, 1859 )

Digging for (salt dough) dinosaur bones maths game - from The Imagination Tree (",)

Digging for Dinosaur Bones Maths Game

These 20 Creatures Could Fit in a Prehistoric Breadbox: Smallest Raptor - Microraptor (Two Pounds)

These 20 Creatures Could Fit in a Prehistoric Breadbox

Microraptor is one of the world's most astonishing feathered dinosaurs, possessing four, rather than two, wings. Here are 10 essential Microraptor facts.

Meet Microraptor, the World's Smallest Dinosaur: Adult Microraptors Weighed Only Two or Three Pounds

Meet Microraptor, the World's Smallest Dinosaur

Artists conception of Microraptor, a small flying dinosaur, eating a fish it has caught (Emily Willoughby)

With its feathers and four, count 'em, four primitive wings (one set each on its forearms and hind legs), the early Cretaceous Microraptor might easily have been mistaken for a bizarrely mutated pigeon. This was, however, a genuine raptor, albeit one that only measured about two feet from head to tail and weighed a few pounds soaking wet. Befitting its tiny size, paleontologists believe that Microraptor subsisted on a diet of insects.

These 20 Creatures Could Fit in a Prehistoric Breadbox

With its feathers and four, count 'em, four primitive wings (one set each on its forearms and hind legs), the early Cretaceous Microraptor might easily have been mistaken for a bizarrely mutated pigeon. This was, however, a genuine raptor, albeit one that only measured about two feet from head to tail and weighed a few pounds soaking wet. Befitting its tiny size, paleontologists believe that Microraptor subsisted on a diet of insects.

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Megalodon Shark: The Largest Predator That Ever Lived [Infographic]

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