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  • The Diplodocus is a dinosaur that lived 150-145 million years ago during the late Jurassic period. It was a minor character in Disney's 1940 film Fantasia appearing in the Rite of Spring segment.
  • Diplodocus was a large diplodocid sauropod dinosaur that lived in America around 170 to 145 mya.
  • thumb|400pxFue descubierto por Marsh en el año 1878. Lo más destacable del Diplodocus era su enorme cuello (8 metros) y su cola (14 metros).
  • Height: N/A Length: N/A Weight: N/A Origin: Prehistoric Earth
  • Diplodocus was seen in the second film in Kenny and the Lost World 2 (released in December 2013). * One was seen in the swamp eating cycads as Ian shoots it and the long-neck charges at Ian, Ryan Adcock, Nick Mayard, and David Thompson as Carl Denham (Jack Black) and Hilda (Kristy Swanson) come out of nowhere and tells them, as the dinosaur is coming close, David finally guns it down, causing its' tail to twitch. * Estimated Length: 105-110 ft * Total Length: 82 ft
  • Real Diplodocus were quite long North American sauropods, reaching a length of up to 30 metres.It is thought that Seismosaurus is an especially long Diplodocus. They lived during the Jurassic period, using their whiplike tails and size to defend themselves from predators such as Allosaurus. One crack from the tail of a Diplodocus could badly hurt or kill a meat-eating dinosaur! They used their slender teeth to strip leaves from branches during feeding. Diplodocus was closely related to Apatosaurus, and probably traveled in herds. Its name means "double beam", referring to bones found under its tail.
  • thumb|255pxDer Diplodocus war ein Dinosaurier, in der TV-Zeichentrickserie "Godzilla – Der Retter der Erde" wird er wieder lebendig.
  • The diplodocus is a fossil made up of five parts that can be donated to the museum in Animal Crossing: New Leaf. This dinosaur is technically the same as the seismosaur, as that is its name in the Japanese version of Animal Crossing: New Leaf (Jump Out) and, scientifically, the names are synonymous. It has had a new part added to its final set (the neck), upping the total amount of fossils to five.
  • The Diplodocus was a hologram created as a distraction by a diamond thief.
  • Le Diplodocus est un dinosaure qui n'a pas actuellement disparu. C'est un dinosaure qui a pour particularité d'être obèse, d'avoir une très longue queue (L'auteur dans sa modestie inégalable dit : "CMB" ) et un énorme cou qui peut parfois mesurer plusieurs kilomètres.
  • Diplodocus was a 30 meter long, 10-20 tonne sauropod dinosaur from the late Jurassic time period (165 - 145 MYA) that lived on the territory of the modern Western United States.
  • Among the best-known sauropods, Diplodocus were very large, long-necked,quadrupedal animals, with long, whip-like tails. Their fore limbs were slightly shorter than their hind limbs, resulting in a largely horizontal posture. The skeletal structure of these long-necked, long-tailed animals supported by four sturdy legs have been compared with suspension bridges. In fact, Diplodocus carnegii is currently one of the longest dinosaurs known from a complete skeleton, with a total length of 25 metres (82 ft). Modern mass estimates for Diplodocus carnegii have tended to be in the 10– to 16-tonne) range.
  • Diplodocus, is a genus of diplodocid sauropod dinosaur whose fossils were first discovered in 1877 by S. W. Williston. The generic name, coined by Othniel Charles Marsh in 1878, is a Neo-Latin term derived from Greek diploos "double" and dokos "beam", in reference to its double-beamed chevron bones located in the underside of the tail. These bones were initially believed to be unique to Diplodocus; however, they have since then been discovered in other members of the diplodocid family and in non-diplodocid sauropods such as Mamenchisaurus.
  • Diplodocus war eine Gattung von Sauropoden, die im Jura in Nordamerika beheimatet war. Der Name "Doppelbalken" bezieht sich auf die V-förmigen Chevron-Knochen auf der Unterseite der Schwanzwirbelsäule, die auch bei anderen Diplodociden entdeckt wurde. Diplodocus zählt zu den bekanntesten Sauropoden und ist eine der am einfachsten zu identifizierenden Dinosauriergattungen. Kategorie:Sauropoden Kategorie:Sauropoda Kategorie:Sauropode Kategorie:Dinosaurier
  • One of the best-known sauropods, Diplodocus was a large long-necked four-legged animal, with a long, whip-like tail. Its front limbs were a bit shorter than its hind limbs, which forms a horizontal stance for the most part. The long-necked, long-tailed animal with four sturdy legs has been mechanically compared with a suspension bridge. In fact, Diplodocus is the longest dinosaur known from a complete skeleton. Diplodocus was about 80 ft in length, and weighed 10-14 metric tons.
  • Diplodocus was a long-necked, whip-tailed giant, measuring about 27 m long with a 8 m long neck and a 14 m long tail, but its head was less than 2 feet long. It was among the longest land animals ever. Its nostrils were at the top of its head and it had peg-like teeth, but only in the front of the jaws. Its front legs were shorter than its back legs, and all had elephant-like, five-toed feet. One toe on each foot had a thumb claw, probably for protection. A fossilized Diplodocus skin impression reveals that it had a row of spines running down its back. Diplodocus was more lightly built than the other giant sauropods, and may have weighed only about 10 to 20 tons. Its backbone had extra bones underneath it, which had bony protrusions running both forwards and backwards (anvil shaped), a "do
  • Diplodocus is a genus of diplodocid sauropod dinosaur whose fossils were first discovered in 1877 by S. W. Williston. The generic name, coined by Othniel Charles Marsh in 1878, is a Neo-Latin term derived from Greek διπλόος (diploos) "double" and δοκός (dokos) "beam", in reference to its double-beamed chevron bones located in the underside of the tail. These bones were initially believed to be unique to Diplodocus; however, they have since then been discovered in other members of the diplodocid family and in non-diplodocid sauropods such as Mamenchisaurus.
  • One of the largest dinosaurs ever to be discovered and the longest of all the sauropods, but it was still lightweight compared to some.Its length was boosted by an extraordinary whip-like tail.They lived in herds of 20 or more, which contained only adults or sub-adults.IT had large heavy scales on its back and spines running the length of its entire body.Such a large dinosaur may appeared as though it had nothing to fear, but it did.The Tyrannosaurus and the Allosaurus would attack this giant herds quite usually attack these herds often taking the young, the weak and the wounded.
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  • ? meters
  • 32.9
  • 33m
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  • Dipurodokusu
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  • 400
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  • ディプロドクス
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  • No
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  • Diplodocus
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  • Seismosaurus
  • Séismosaure
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  • Family
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behaviour
  • Peaceful, hungry
Bildgröße
  • 250
Controlled
  • None
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  • Si
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  • Diplodocus
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  • No
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  • No
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  • Class
  • Kingdom
Valor
  • *Cráneo: 5.000 Bayas *Tórax: 4.500 Bayas *Pelvis: 4.000 Bayas *Cola: 4.500 Bayas
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  • Finales del Jurásico
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  • 25
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  • No
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  • Diplo Chest
  • Diplo Hip
  • Diplo Neck
  • Diplo Skull
  • Diplo Tail
Stance
  • Quadrupedal
Box Title
  • (Jurassic)
Reason
  • To steal a priceless diamond
Nombre
  • Diplo
Höhe
  • 4.0
Period
  • 120
  • Late Jurassic
Eyes
  • Black
Origin
FirstAppearance
Appearance
  • Gigantic purple or red dinosaur, long tail, long neck, small head
Scientific name
  • Diplodocus longus
Game
  • Jurassic World: The Game
  • Jurassic Park III: Park Builder
  • LEGO Jurassic World ()
Name
Type
Caption
  • Restoration of Diplodocus carnegii.
  • The Diplodocus
Tamaño
  • Más de 30
Relationships
  • None
FirstApp
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Zeitalter
  • Oberjura
Namensbedeutung
  • Doppelbalken
Partes
  • *Cráneo Diplo *Tórax Diplo *Pelvis Diplo *Cola Diplo
Adventures
  • Jurassic Park Adventures: Survivor
birth type
  • Egg
SócratesAC:CF
  • El diplodocus es el dinosaurio más largo que se conoce, uuhu. En proporción con su cuello y cola, su cuerpo era bastante pequeño y ligero... Proporcionalmente, su cerebro también era bastante pequeño...
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fossil range
  • Late Jurassic, 150-147 Ma
Weight
  • 10
  • ? tons
Meaning
  • Double beamed
Allies
  • None
Image caption
  • Jurassic Park Institute Artwork
Price
  • Skull: 5,000 Bells
  • Tail: 4,500 Bells
  • Chest: 4,500 Bells
  • Hip: 4,000 Bells
  • Neck: 5,000 Bells
Height
  • 5.0
  • ? meters
Species
  • Diplodocus
  • Diplodocus longus
Identity
  • Hologram created by a jewel thief
Weapons
  • Whip-like tail, Herding, Legs, Size
Enemies
Image size
  • 250
Class
  • Herbivore
Tipo
  • Dinosaurio
Film
  • ()
Nicknames
  • Seismosaurus
AF
  • No
means
  • Double Beamed
Only
  • The Last Dodo
Films
Forms
  • None
Diet
  • Plants
  • Herbivore
  • Would have had selected vegetation it could strip with its peg-like teeth.Since it was a mostly low grazer ferns would have made up most of its diet.
Image File
  • C diplodocus.jpg
Gender
  • Male
BESONDERHEITEN
  • V-förmige Chevron-Knochen auf der Unterseite der Schwanzwirbelsäule.
Bild
  • DiplodocusDB.jpg
Location
  • West U.S.A.
  • Wyoming, Colorado Morrison Formation.
Size
  • 30
Información
  • El Diplodocus es un fósil de cuatro partes que puede ser donado al Museo. Fue introducido en CF. Este gigantesco saurópodo tragaba piedras para digerir mejor la comida. Vivió de hace 156.000.000 a 144.000.000 años en Norteamérica. Su nombre significa "Doble viga".
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  • Nordamerika
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  • Diplodocus is a genus of diplodocid sauropod dinosaur whose fossils were first discovered in 1877 by S. W. Williston. The generic name, coined by Othniel Charles Marsh in 1878, is a Neo-Latin term derived from Greek διπλόος (diploos) "double" and δοκός (dokos) "beam", in reference to its double-beamed chevron bones located in the underside of the tail. These bones were initially believed to be unique to Diplodocus; however, they have since then been discovered in other members of the diplodocid family and in non-diplodocid sauropods such as Mamenchisaurus. It lived in what is now western North America at the end of the Jurassic Period. Diplodocus is one of the more common dinosaur fossils found in the Upper Morrison Formation, a sequence of shallow marine and alluvial sediments deposited about 150 to 147 million years ago, in what is now termed the Kimmeridgian and Tithonian stages. The Morrison Formation records an environment and time dominated by gigantic sauropod dinosaurs such as Camarasaurus, Barosaurus, Apatosaurus and Brachiosaurus. Diplodocus is among the most easily identifiable dinosaurs, with its classic dinosaur shape, long neck and tail and four sturdy legs. For many years, it was the longest dinosaur known. Its great size may have been a deterrent to the predators Allosaurus and Ceratosaurus: their remains have been found in the same strata, which suggests they coexisted with Diplodocus.
  • The Diplodocus is a dinosaur that lived 150-145 million years ago during the late Jurassic period. It was a minor character in Disney's 1940 film Fantasia appearing in the Rite of Spring segment.
  • Diplodocus war eine Gattung von Sauropoden, die im Jura in Nordamerika beheimatet war. Der Name "Doppelbalken" bezieht sich auf die V-förmigen Chevron-Knochen auf der Unterseite der Schwanzwirbelsäule, die auch bei anderen Diplodociden entdeckt wurde. Diplodocus war in Nordamerika vor 156 bis 147 Millionen Jahren eine sehr verbreitete Spezies, die ihren Lebensraum mit anderen Giganten wie Apatosaurus, Barosaurus, Brachiosaurus und Camarasaurus teilte. Mit einer Länge von rund 25-30 Metern zählte Diplodocus lange zu den größten gefundenen Dinosauriern. Diese enorme Körpergröße dürfte ihm Schutz vor Fleischfressern wie Ceratosaurus und Allosaurus geboten haben. Das Tier besaß einen langen Hals und Schwanz, der Schädel war klein und der Vorderteil der Kiefer mit stiftförmigen Zähnen besetzt. Diese eigneten sich vor allem, um Nahrung von Ästen abzustreifen, nicht aber, sie zu zerkauen. Zu diesem Zweck schluckte der Diplodocus wohl Steine (Gastrolithen), die im Magen aneinanderrieben und die Nahrung zerkleinerten. Der Hals, den der Diplodocus wahrscheinlich parallel zum Grund hielt, bestand aus mindestens 15 Halswirbeln, der peitschenförmige Schwanz aus 80 Wirbeln. Mit 10-16 Tonnen war der Diplodocus für seine Größe ungewöhnlich leicht. Diplodocus zählt zu den bekanntesten Sauropoden und ist eine der am einfachsten zu identifizierenden Dinosauriergattungen. Kategorie:Sauropoden Kategorie:Sauropoda Kategorie:Sauropode Kategorie:Dinosaurier
  • Diplodocus was a large diplodocid sauropod dinosaur that lived in America around 170 to 145 mya.
  • Diplodocus, is a genus of diplodocid sauropod dinosaur whose fossils were first discovered in 1877 by S. W. Williston. The generic name, coined by Othniel Charles Marsh in 1878, is a Neo-Latin term derived from Greek diploos "double" and dokos "beam", in reference to its double-beamed chevron bones located in the underside of the tail. These bones were initially believed to be unique to Diplodocus; however, they have since then been discovered in other members of the diplodocid family and in non-diplodocid sauropods such as Mamenchisaurus. It lived in what is now western North America at the end of the Jurassic Period. Diplodocus is one of the more common dinosaur fossils found in the Upper Morrison Formation, a sequence of shallow marine and alluvial sediments deposited about 150 to 147 million years ago, in what is now termed the Kimmeridgian and Tithonian stages. The Morrison Formation records an environment and time dominated by gigantic sauropod dinosaurs such as Camarasaurus, Barosaurus, Apatosaurus and Brachiosaurus. Diplodocus is among the most easily identifiable dinosaurs, with its classic dinosaur shape, long neck and tail and four sturdy legs. For many years, it was the longest dinosaur known. Its great size may have been a deterrent to the predators Allosaurus and Ceratosaurus: their remains have been found in the same strata, which suggests they coexisted with Diplodocus.
  • thumb|400pxFue descubierto por Marsh en el año 1878. Lo más destacable del Diplodocus era su enorme cuello (8 metros) y su cola (14 metros).
  • Height: N/A Length: N/A Weight: N/A Origin: Prehistoric Earth
  • One of the largest dinosaurs ever to be discovered and the longest of all the sauropods, but it was still lightweight compared to some.Its length was boosted by an extraordinary whip-like tail.They lived in herds of 20 or more, which contained only adults or sub-adults.IT had large heavy scales on its back and spines running the length of its entire body.Such a large dinosaur may appeared as though it had nothing to fear, but it did.The Tyrannosaurus and the Allosaurus would attack this giant herds quite usually attack these herds often taking the young, the weak and the wounded. EVIDENCE:based on based on 5 skeletons without skulls, 2 with skulls and several skulls with isolated elements of the skeleton. Four species have been identified from Wyoming and Colorado Morris Formation. From Nature Wiki, a Wikia wiki.
  • Diplodocus was seen in the second film in Kenny and the Lost World 2 (released in December 2013). * One was seen in the swamp eating cycads as Ian shoots it and the long-neck charges at Ian, Ryan Adcock, Nick Mayard, and David Thompson as Carl Denham (Jack Black) and Hilda (Kristy Swanson) come out of nowhere and tells them, as the dinosaur is coming close, David finally guns it down, causing its' tail to twitch. * Estimated Length: 105-110 ft * Total Length: 82 ft
  • Real Diplodocus were quite long North American sauropods, reaching a length of up to 30 metres.It is thought that Seismosaurus is an especially long Diplodocus. They lived during the Jurassic period, using their whiplike tails and size to defend themselves from predators such as Allosaurus. One crack from the tail of a Diplodocus could badly hurt or kill a meat-eating dinosaur! They used their slender teeth to strip leaves from branches during feeding. Diplodocus was closely related to Apatosaurus, and probably traveled in herds. Its name means "double beam", referring to bones found under its tail.
  • thumb|255pxDer Diplodocus war ein Dinosaurier, in der TV-Zeichentrickserie "Godzilla – Der Retter der Erde" wird er wieder lebendig.
  • Diplodocus was a long-necked, whip-tailed giant, measuring about 27 m long with a 8 m long neck and a 14 m long tail, but its head was less than 2 feet long. It was among the longest land animals ever. Its nostrils were at the top of its head and it had peg-like teeth, but only in the front of the jaws. Its front legs were shorter than its back legs, and all had elephant-like, five-toed feet. One toe on each foot had a thumb claw, probably for protection. A fossilized Diplodocus skin impression reveals that it had a row of spines running down its back. Diplodocus was more lightly built than the other giant sauropods, and may have weighed only about 10 to 20 tons. Its backbone had extra bones underneath it, which had bony protrusions running both forwards and backwards (anvil shaped), a "double beam", probably for support and extra mobility of its neck and tail. It may have used its whip-like tail for protection. A recent Diplodocus skin impression was found, showing a row of spines running down the back.
  • The diplodocus is a fossil made up of five parts that can be donated to the museum in Animal Crossing: New Leaf. This dinosaur is technically the same as the seismosaur, as that is its name in the Japanese version of Animal Crossing: New Leaf (Jump Out) and, scientifically, the names are synonymous. It has had a new part added to its final set (the neck), upping the total amount of fossils to five.
  • One of the largest dinosaurs ever to be discovered and the longest of all the sauropods, but it was still lightweight compared to some.Its length was boosted by an extraordinary whip-like tail.They lived in herds of 20 or more, which contained only adults or sub-adults.IT had large heavy scales on its back and spines running the length of its entire body.Such a large dinosaur may appeared as though it had nothing to fear, but it did.The Tyrannosaurus and the Allosaurus would attack this giant herds quite usually attack these herds often taking the young, the weak and the wounded. EVIDENCE:based on based on 5 skeletons without skulls, 2 with skulls and several skulls with isolated elements of the skeleton. Four species have been identified from Wyoming and Colorado Morris Formation.
  • The Diplodocus was a hologram created as a distraction by a diamond thief.
  • Le Diplodocus est un dinosaure qui n'a pas actuellement disparu. C'est un dinosaure qui a pour particularité d'être obèse, d'avoir une très longue queue (L'auteur dans sa modestie inégalable dit : "CMB" ) et un énorme cou qui peut parfois mesurer plusieurs kilomètres.
  • Diplodocus was a 30 meter long, 10-20 tonne sauropod dinosaur from the late Jurassic time period (165 - 145 MYA) that lived on the territory of the modern Western United States.
  • One of the best-known sauropods, Diplodocus was a large long-necked four-legged animal, with a long, whip-like tail. Its front limbs were a bit shorter than its hind limbs, which forms a horizontal stance for the most part. The long-necked, long-tailed animal with four sturdy legs has been mechanically compared with a suspension bridge. In fact, Diplodocus is the longest dinosaur known from a complete skeleton. Diplodocus was about 80 ft in length, and weighed 10-14 metric tons. The skull of Diplodocus was very small, compared with the size of the animal, which averaged 80 ft long, of which over a quarter was neck. Diplodocus had small, 'peg'-like teeth that pointed forward and were only found in the front of the jaws. The neck was formed by at least 15 vertebrae and is now believed to have been held parallel to the ground most of the time and unable to have been raised much past horizontal. Diplodocus had a 6 m long neck and a short 2 ft head. Its 14 m long tail had 80 vertebrae, and might have been used like a whip either to attack predators or to make whip-cracking noises. The tail may have served as a counterbalance for the neck. The tail vertebrae had double beams (hence the name Diplodocus: double beam) that may have protected the blood vessels from being crushed if the tail pressed against the ground. Like most sauropods, the front "feet" of Diplodocus were highly modified, with the finger and hand bones arranged upright, horseshoe-shaped in cross section. Diplodocus lacked claws on all but one toe of the front limb, and this claw was strangely large compared to other sauropods, flat from side to side, and detached from the bones of the hand. The role of this odd skilled claw is not known.
  • Among the best-known sauropods, Diplodocus were very large, long-necked,quadrupedal animals, with long, whip-like tails. Their fore limbs were slightly shorter than their hind limbs, resulting in a largely horizontal posture. The skeletal structure of these long-necked, long-tailed animals supported by four sturdy legs have been compared with suspension bridges. In fact, Diplodocus carnegii is currently one of the longest dinosaurs known from a complete skeleton, with a total length of 25 metres (82 ft). Modern mass estimates for Diplodocus carnegii have tended to be in the 10– to 16-tonne) range.
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