By Stan Berenstain
After a frightening bedtime tale, Sister endure is just too fearful of the darkish to close her eyes. "Sound mental recommendation and an evening mild support Sister overcome her fears. young children will empathize with Sister endure during this well-written story."--School Library Journal.
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Supporting Tyrannosaurus’s huge, but fairly lightweight, head required a powerful neck. While its muscular legs supported Tyrannosaurus on the ground, its neck transferred the strength from the legs to the head as the jaws wrenched meaty chunks from the body of its prey. Mandible 37 Tyrannosaurus skeleton Cervical vertebrae (neck bones) Dorsal vertebrae (backbones) Scapula (shoulder blade) Rib The backbone story TȩȦȣȰȥȺȰȧȢȭȢȳȨȦȱȭȢȯȵȦȢȵȪȯȨȥȪȯȰȴȢȶȳ such as a sauropod had to bear an enormous load measuring several tons.
No other known dinosaur had longer claws. Ferocious as they seem, Therizinosaurus most likely used its claws to rake leafy branches to its mouth. Sharp tip Bony core of Apatosaurus thumb claw Gentle curve THUMBS UP Each thumb on the pillarlike forefeet of the sauropod Apatosaurus bore a stout, curved claw. The bony core alone could measure 17 in (43 cm) in length, but the claw was even longer when covered by its horny sheath. How Apatosaurus used this claw is a mystery. If threatened by an allosaurid, perhaps the sauropod reared up on its hind limbs and struck out with both forefeet.