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  • Ses quatre puissantes nageoires suggèrent que Liopleurodon était un nageur rapide. Ce déplacement spécifique à 4 nageoires a apparemment disparu avec l'extinction du genre. Des études de son crâne ont révélé qu'il pouvait analyser l'eau avec ses narines pour détecter d'où venaient certaines odeurs. Liopleurodon était très probablement carnivore. Ses fossiles ont été trouvés surtout en Allemagne et au Royaume-Uni, l'Europe étant alors couverte par l'océan Téthys.
  • The Liopleurodon is the sole main antagonist in The Land Before Time IX: Journey to Big Water, who appears in the beginning and the climax. His vocal effects were possibly provided by Frank Welker.
  • Tenia una cola corta como la mayoría de los pliosaurios y plesiosaurios, y no tenia la forma de aleta caudal de un ictiosaurio como el Ophthalmosaurus del que se alimentaba. Tenia cuatro aletas formadas a partir de las cuatro extremidades. Estos animales se alimentaban de presas tan variadas como peces, tortugas, ictiosaurios, plesiosaurios e incluso pterosaurios y algún dinosaurio desprevenido. Era ovovivíparo debido a que era demasiado grande para salir del mar, con un peso de 50 toneladas, con lo que, al salir del mar se ahogaría. Estos animales tenían las fosas nasales muy pequeñas para su tamaño, lo cual indica que posiblemente respiraba por la boca. Categoría:Reptiles Categoría:Reptiles marinos Categoría:Plesiosaurios Categoría:Pliosaurios Categoría:Fauna del Jurásico
  • Liopleurodon was a species of large marine reptile, specifically pliosaur, from the Jurassic period.
  • Liopleurodon was the titan of the mid-jurrasic.nothing could hurt it.The only thing liopleurodon had to fear was others of its kind, as liopleurodon are extremley terrotorial animals.The liopleurodon could easily pluck a Eutrestopondylus from the land and rip it to shreds. It is the largest plesiosaur ever to be discovered.Liopleurodon would even kill and eat otehrs if its own kind.Unlike the Cryptoclidus the Liopleurodon is far too heavy to get on to the land, if a Liopleurodon does get on land which is most unlikley, it will not be ablke to return the to the sea.its massive weight will crush its lungs and smaller land predators such as Eutrestopondylus will eat every last piece of it. The Liopleurodon is an ambush predator.Lik most predators it uses speed,strength and the element of supr
  • Liopleurodon fossils have been found mainly in England and France, with one younger species known from Russia. Fossil specimens that are contemporary (Callovian) with those from England and France referrable to Liopleurodon are known from Germany.
  • Real Liopleurodon were large marine reptiles that lived in the seas of what is now Europe during the Middle and Late Jurassic period. They were fierce and powerful predators, about 5 to 7 metres in length (larger estimates have been made, but these are now viewed by scientists as inaccurate). Don Leo's length seems to be based on these exaggerated measurements.
  • The genus name Liopleurodon was coined by H.E Sauvage in 1993[1] on the basis of very poor remains consisting of three large, 70 mm, teeth. One tooth was found near Boulogne-sur-Mer, France in layers dating from the Callovian was named Liopleurodon ferox, another from Charly, France was named Liopleurodon grossouvrei, while a third discovered near Caen, France was originally described as Poikilopleuron bucklandi and ascribed by Sauvage to the species Liopleurodon bucklandi). Sauvage did not ascribe the genus to any particular group of reptiles in his descriptions.
  • Liopleurodon was a massive sea creature from the Late Jurassic Period. It reached lengths of 50 ft long, and weights of 100 tonnes. The Great White Shark, in comparison, is about 5 metres long. The jaws alone of Liopleurodon were 3 metres long, big enough to swallow a mini cooper. Each tooth was half a metre tall. liopleurodon2.jpg|Liopleurodon liopleurodon.jpg liopleurodon eats giant fish.jpg approach of liopleurodon.jpg
  • Liopleurodon breed only every 25 years and only after they attain 160 years of age. However, they may live for upwards of 800 years. The male, with his 55 foot long penis, woos the female into getting busy with him through his most wonderful song - it is beautiful and melodic and sounds somewhat like a cross between a canary, a howler monkey being eaten by a giant screeching centipede, a velociraptor killing a little girl, and a thousand cats being set on fire. If he is successful, the two will embrace for up to a month before she eats him. She gives birth to between thirty and forty live young after a fourteen-year pregnancy. The young are born the size of mice and completely defenseless. It takes 25 years for the mother Liopleurodon to nurture and raise their young. They will be nearly a
  • The genus name Liopleurodon was coined by Henri Émile Sauvage in 1873 on the basis of very poor remains consisting of three 70 millimeter (2¾ inch) teeth. One tooth, found near Boulogne-sur-Mer, France in layers dating from the Callovian, was named Liopleurodon ferox, another from Charly, France was named Liopleurodon grossouvrei, while a third discovered near Caen, France was originally described as Poikilopleuron bucklandi and ascribed by Sauvage to the species Liopleurodon bucklandi. Sauvage did not ascribe the genus to any particular group of reptiles in his descriptions.
  • Liopleurodon was the titan of the mid-jurassic. Nothing could hurt it. The only thing Liopleurodon had to fear was others of its kind, as liopleurodon are extremely territorial animals. The Liopleurodon could easily pluck a Eustreptospondylus from the land and rip it to shreds. It is the largest pliosaur ever to be discovered. Liopleurodon would even kill and eat others if its own kind. Unlike the Cryptoclidus, the Liopleurodon is far too heavy to get on to the land, if a Liopleurodon does get on land which is most unlikey, it will not be able to return to the sea. Its massive weight will crush its lungs and smaller land predators such as Eustreptospondylus will eat every last piece of it. The Liopleurodon is an ambush predator. Like most predators it uses speed, strength and the element o
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Range
  • Europe
Appearances
Goals
  • Eat Littlefoot and his friends .
  • Get back to the sea .
Period
  • 180
Expansion
  • Formidable Seas
Origin
  • The Land Before Time IX: Journey to Big Water
Skills
  • Swimming
  • Teeth
Status
  • Extinct
Scientific name
  • Liopleurodon ferox
Game
  • Jurassic World: The Game
Name
  • Liopleurodon
  • Liopleurodon ferox
Type
  • Pliosaur
Fatalities caused
  • One Swimming Theropod
  • The Cormant crew
  • Thousands of cod fish
Creature type
  • Pliosaur
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Weight
  • 2.500000
Meaning
  • smooth-sided tooth
Alias
  • Bad Swimmer
  • Sharptooth Swimmer
Hobby
  • Hunting its prey.
Class
  • Omnivore
  • Carnivore
Performer
  • No
Color
  • blue
means
  • Smooth-sided tooth
  • smooth sided teeth.
biome
  • Pelagic
Occupation
  • Marine predator
Time Period
  • Mid - Late Jurassic period
Fullname
  • Liopleurodon
Diet
  • Carnivore
  • Carnivore/Piscivore
  • Anything else in the ocean.
  • anything else in the ocean
Location
  • China, Singapore, England and France
  • china-singapore,england and france.
Size
  • 300
  • Adult lenght of 25 metres with a skull an incredible 5 metres long.Liopleurodons wieight is difficult to estimate but it may have been 150 tonnes.
  • Adult length of 25 metres with a skull an incredible 5 metres long.Liopleurodons weight is difficult to estimate but it may have been 150 tonnes
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  • Liopleurodon fossils have been found mainly in England and France, with one younger species known from Russia. Fossil specimens that are contemporary (Callovian) with those from England and France referrable to Liopleurodon are known from Germany. Currently, there are three recognized species within Liopleurodon. From the Callovian of England and France L. ferox is well known; while also from the Callovian of England is the rarer L. pachydeirus, described by Seeley as a Pliosaurus (1869). From the Volgian of Russia, L. rossicus is known. This species was initially described by Novozhilov (1948) as belonging to Pliosaurus, and is the type species of the genus Strongylokroptaphus. Only L. ferox is known from more or less complete skeletons.
  • Ses quatre puissantes nageoires suggèrent que Liopleurodon était un nageur rapide. Ce déplacement spécifique à 4 nageoires a apparemment disparu avec l'extinction du genre. Des études de son crâne ont révélé qu'il pouvait analyser l'eau avec ses narines pour détecter d'où venaient certaines odeurs. Liopleurodon était très probablement carnivore. Ses fossiles ont été trouvés surtout en Allemagne et au Royaume-Uni, l'Europe étant alors couverte par l'océan Téthys.
  • The Liopleurodon is the sole main antagonist in The Land Before Time IX: Journey to Big Water, who appears in the beginning and the climax. His vocal effects were possibly provided by Frank Welker.
  • Liopleurodon was the titan of the mid-jurassic. Nothing could hurt it. The only thing Liopleurodon had to fear was others of its kind, as liopleurodon are extremely territorial animals. The Liopleurodon could easily pluck a Eustreptospondylus from the land and rip it to shreds. It is the largest pliosaur ever to be discovered. Liopleurodon would even kill and eat others if its own kind. Unlike the Cryptoclidus, the Liopleurodon is far too heavy to get on to the land, if a Liopleurodon does get on land which is most unlikey, it will not be able to return to the sea. Its massive weight will crush its lungs and smaller land predators such as Eustreptospondylus will eat every last piece of it. The Liopleurodon is an ambush predator. Like most predators it uses speed, strength and the element of suprise to catch its prey. An enormous marine predator, that comes near to matching the size of modern whales. The teeth in the distinctive rossete at the front of its mouth were actually twice as large as those of a Tyrannosaurus. EVIDENCE: Found mostly near England and France but possibly also in Chile. 3-4 finds near Singapore to China. how the lioplorodon died out?no one knows
  • Real Liopleurodon were large marine reptiles that lived in the seas of what is now Europe during the Middle and Late Jurassic period. They were fierce and powerful predators, about 5 to 7 metres in length (larger estimates have been made, but these are now viewed by scientists as inaccurate). Don Leo's length seems to be based on these exaggerated measurements. They preyed on fish, molluscs, and smaller plesiosaurs and pliosaurs. While Liopleurodon, like whales, could not breathe underwater, it could probably hold its breath for a long time when it dove to hunt. Unlike the ones in the Astrosaurs books, it was probably unable to support its own weight on land and would die if beached. As a result, it almost certainly gave birth to live young. It is believed that Liopleurodon had a strong sense of smell, as modern sharks do today. Its name means "smooth-sided tooth".
  • Tenia una cola corta como la mayoría de los pliosaurios y plesiosaurios, y no tenia la forma de aleta caudal de un ictiosaurio como el Ophthalmosaurus del que se alimentaba. Tenia cuatro aletas formadas a partir de las cuatro extremidades. Estos animales se alimentaban de presas tan variadas como peces, tortugas, ictiosaurios, plesiosaurios e incluso pterosaurios y algún dinosaurio desprevenido. Era ovovivíparo debido a que era demasiado grande para salir del mar, con un peso de 50 toneladas, con lo que, al salir del mar se ahogaría. Estos animales tenían las fosas nasales muy pequeñas para su tamaño, lo cual indica que posiblemente respiraba por la boca. Categoría:Reptiles Categoría:Reptiles marinos Categoría:Plesiosaurios Categoría:Pliosaurios Categoría:Fauna del Jurásico
  • The genus name Liopleurodon was coined by H.E Sauvage in 1993[1] on the basis of very poor remains consisting of three large, 70 mm, teeth. One tooth was found near Boulogne-sur-Mer, France in layers dating from the Callovian was named Liopleurodon ferox, another from Charly, France was named Liopleurodon grossouvrei, while a third discovered near Caen, France was originally described as Poikilopleuron bucklandi and ascribed by Sauvage to the species Liopleurodon bucklandi). Sauvage did not ascribe the genus to any particular group of reptiles in his descriptions. Liopleurodon fossils have been found mainly in England and France, with one species known from Russia. Fossil specimens referrable to Liopleurodon and contemporary (Callovian) with those from England and France have been found in Germany.[2] Currently, there are three recognized species within Liopleurodon. L. ferox is well known from finds in the Callovian strata of England and France; while also from the Callovian of England is the rarer L. pachydeirus, described by Seeley as a Pliosaurus (1869).[3] L. rossicus has been found in Russia's Volgian region. The latter species was initially described by Novozhilov (1948) as belonging to Pliosaurus,[4] and is the type species of the genus Strongylokroptaphus.[5] Only L. ferox is known from more or less complete skeletons.
  • Liopleurodon breed only every 25 years and only after they attain 160 years of age. However, they may live for upwards of 800 years. The male, with his 55 foot long penis, woos the female into getting busy with him through his most wonderful song - it is beautiful and melodic and sounds somewhat like a cross between a canary, a howler monkey being eaten by a giant screeching centipede, a velociraptor killing a little girl, and a thousand cats being set on fire. If he is successful, the two will embrace for up to a month before she eats him. She gives birth to between thirty and forty live young after a fourteen-year pregnancy. The young are born the size of mice and completely defenseless. It takes 25 years for the mother Liopleurodon to nurture and raise their young. They will be nearly as big as their mother by the end of the first month and by that time the next year will be fully grown. The young animals then stay with their mother for around 23 more years, preventing her mating again, practicing their songs over and over again relentlessly all day and night, and demanding twice-hourly 500 pound feedings of penguin meat for the entire time even though they are perfectly capable of looking after themselves. One widely known fact about the Liopleurodon is that most growing males tend to have seizures to mark the beginning of maturity. Every year, the Liopleurodons meet at the usual mating grounds to have a circle jerk seizure ceremony for the prepubescent teenagers. After the teens preform their first seizure, all adults carefully nibble their own penises to poke holes in their dick for the perfect sex. As they nibble, they progressively build up force with the nibbling to the point where they feel as if they are about to chomp their dick off, and that's when the nibbling stops. After the fierce seizure nibble sessions, all Liopleurodons have a religious orgy.
  • The genus name Liopleurodon was coined by Henri Émile Sauvage in 1873 on the basis of very poor remains consisting of three 70 millimeter (2¾ inch) teeth. One tooth, found near Boulogne-sur-Mer, France in layers dating from the Callovian, was named Liopleurodon ferox, another from Charly, France was named Liopleurodon grossouvrei, while a third discovered near Caen, France was originally described as Poikilopleuron bucklandi and ascribed by Sauvage to the species Liopleurodon bucklandi. Sauvage did not ascribe the genus to any particular group of reptiles in his descriptions. Liopleurodon fossils have been found mainly in England and France, with one younger species known from Russia. Fossil specimens that are contemporary (Callovian) with those from England and France referrable to Liopleurodon are known from Germany. Currently, there are two recognized species within Liopleurodon. From the Callovian of England and France L. ferox is well known; while also from the Callovian of England is the rarer L. pachydeirus, described by Seeley as a Pliosaurus (1869). Only L. ferox is known from more or less complete skeletons. Four strong paddle-like limbs suggest that Liopleurodon was a powerful swimmer. Its four-flipper mode of propulsion is characteristic of all plesiosaurs. A study involving a swimming robot has demonstrated that although this form of propulsion is not especially efficient, it provides very good acceleration - a desirable trait in an ambush predator. Studies of the skull have shown that it could probably scan the water with its nostrils to ascertain the source of certain smells. Liopleurodon ferox first came to the public attention in 1999 when it was featured in an episode of the BBC television series Walking with Dinosaurs, which depicted it as an enormous 25 m (82 ft) long predator; this was based on very fragmentary remains, and considered to be an exaggeration for Liopleurodon, with the calculations of 20-metre specimens are generally considered dubious. Estimating the size of pliosaurs is difficult because not much is known of their postcranial anatomy. The palaeontologist L. B. Tarlo suggested that their total body length can be estimated from the length of their skull which he claimed was typically one-seventh of the former measurement, applying this ratio to L. ferox suggests that the largest known specimen was a little over 10 m (33 ft) while a more typical size range would be from 5 to 7 m (16 to 23 ft). The body mass has been estimated at 1 and 1.7 t (2,200 and 3,700 lb) for the lengths 4.8 and 7 m (16 and 23 ft) respectively. However, new research on Kronosaurus and the finding of a complete skeleton of L. ferox show that their skulls were actually about one-fifth of their total body length, which suggests a maximum known total body length of 6.39 m (21.0 ft) based on NHM R3536, the largest known skull at 1.26 m (4.1 ft) in condylobasal length (1.54 m (5.1 ft) in overall length).
  • Liopleurodon was the titan of the mid-jurrasic.nothing could hurt it.The only thing liopleurodon had to fear was others of its kind, as liopleurodon are extremley terrotorial animals.The liopleurodon could easily pluck a Eutrestopondylus from the land and rip it to shreds. It is the largest plesiosaur ever to be discovered.Liopleurodon would even kill and eat otehrs if its own kind.Unlike the Cryptoclidus the Liopleurodon is far too heavy to get on to the land, if a Liopleurodon does get on land which is most unlikley, it will not be ablke to return the to the sea.its massive weight will crush its lungs and smaller land predators such as Eutrestopondylus will eat every last piece of it. The Liopleurodon is an ambush predator.Lik most predators it uses speed,strength and the element of suprise to catch its prey. An enormous predator and the only Mesozoic(Mesozoic is another name for Mid-Jurrasic)Marine predator(marine predator Giganotosaurus was actually much bigger.)that comes near to matchig teh size of modern whales.The teeth in the distinctive rossete at the front of its mouth were actually twice as large as those of a Tyranosaurus. EVIDENCE:found mostlty near England and France but possibily also in Chile.3-4 finds near Singapore to China. From Nature Wiki, a Wikia wiki.
  • Liopleurodon was a massive sea creature from the Late Jurassic Period. It reached lengths of 50 ft long, and weights of 100 tonnes. The Great White Shark, in comparison, is about 5 metres long. The jaws alone of Liopleurodon were 3 metres long, big enough to swallow a mini cooper. Each tooth was half a metre tall. liopleurodon2.jpg|Liopleurodon liopleurodon.jpg liopleurodon eats giant fish.jpg approach of liopleurodon.jpg Liopleurodon appeared in Walking with Dinosaurs. An adult male was guarding its territory, which was invaded by a smaller female. It fought her, and ripped one of her flippers, causing her to retreat. At the end, the male Liopleurodon was beached, by a tropical storm.
  • Liopleurodon was a species of large marine reptile, specifically pliosaur, from the Jurassic period.