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Dinosaurs of France. Artwork showing the principal dinosaurs that inhabited France. The smallest are two Compognatus sp. (light brown), therapods which measured only 70-100 cm in length. The largest is the Titanosaur (grey, centre right) which could grow to 35 metres in length. At upper left is part of a Megalasaurus (brown, also seen centre right), a large flesh eating dinosaur which grew to 12 metres in length. The other dinosaurs seen here are (from left to right): Iguanodon (green); Hadrosaurus (grey/green); Plateosaurus (dark brown): and Lexouisaurus (grey).
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