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It slashed with its hands and feet. Its claws sliced open its victim. No dinosaur had deadlier weapons. Each tooth had grooves like those on a steak knife for sawing through meat. Variraptor could tear even a larger animal in two. This pack has come across an injured Gastonia, a large armored dinosaur.

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Several Deinonychus use their claws to attack the armored dinosaur. They slash at its soft belly with their huge, sharp claws.

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Together, the raptors will finish off their prey. Its fossils were found in western Canada in Dromaeosaurus was no bigger than a golden retriever but had a much longer tail. And its teeth were sharp, with ridges for slicing meat.

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  • Other raptors had the same type of teeth. But Dromaeosaurus had an unusually wide, strong head for its size.

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    Microraptor is one of the smallest dinosaurs ever found. It was no bigger than a crow. But it was a nasty dinosaur with sharp claws. Perhaps it hunted lizards, tiny animals, insects, or even birds!

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    Its toe claw was razor sharp and longer than your foot. Utahraptor also had sharp teeth, good eyes, and strong legs. Perhaps Utahraptor was the deadliest dinosaur of them all. Such a frightening creature lived in South America 86 million years ago. Its name was Megaraptor. It could have hunted huge prey like this Rebbachisaurus. But scientists hope to discover more.

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    Checkout Your Cart Price. Description Details Customer Reviews Dino Don Lessem brings readers face-to-face with various dinosaur species, detailing their habitats, way of life and how they became extinct. An acclaimed dinosaur expert, Don Lessem has written more than 30 children's books, writes a popular dinosaur column in Highlights magazine, and was an adviser for Jurassic Park. Take a trip through dinosaur time to meet these smart dinosaurs face-to-face: Troodon were the smartest dinosaurs! They would dig their prey small rodents out of the ground and could predict the movements of bugs!

    Giganotosaurus can recognize many dinosaurs from very far away by their smell! The Deinonychus worked together to sneak up on and surround their prey! Review This Product No reviews yet - be the first to create one! The Deinonychus worked together to sneak up on and surround their prey!

    He also served as an advisor for the movie, Jurassic Park. Who better to write this exciting series? Other titles include armored dinosaurs, deadliest dinosaurs, and giant plant-eating dinosaurs. The troodon, a meat-eating dinosaur the size of a large poodle, may have been the smartest dinosaur. Other creatures smarter than the average bear — us, make that average dino—were velociraptors, the fleet-footed Gallimimus, the gliding microraptors, and the terrible T-rex.