Fun Sinraptor Facts For Kids
- How do you pronounce 'Sinraptor'?
- What type of dinosaur was a Sinraptor?
- In which geological period did the Sinraptor roam the Earth?
- When did the Sinraptor become extinct?
- Where did a Sinraptor live?
- What was a Sinraptor's habitat?
- Who did a Sinraptor live with?
- How long did a Sinraptor live?
- How did they reproduce?
- What did a Sinraptor look like?
- How many bones did a Sinraptor have?
- How did they communicate?
- How big was a Sinraptor?
- How fast could a Sinraptor move?
- How much did a Sinraptor weigh?
- What were the male and female names of the species?
- What would you call a baby Sinraptor?
- What did they eat?
- How aggressive were they?
- Did you know...
- Is the Sinraptor a raptor?
- Sinraptor size comparison
What Did They Prey On?Ornithopods, mid-sized Sauropods, small Crocodylomorphs, Pterosaurs, and smaller Theropods
what Type of Animal were they?Carnivores
Average Litter Size?N/A
What Did They Look Like?Violet-blue, brown, and green
How Much Did They Weigh?1-1.3 ton (1,000-1,200 kg)
How Long Were They?25-29 ft (7.6-8.8 m)
How Tall Were They?10 ft (3 m)
Scientific NameSinraptor dongi
What Were Their Main Threats?Predators, habitat destruction, and natural calamities
What Habitat Did They Live In?Wide-open grasslands, forests, deserts, or beaches
Where Did They Live?China, Asia
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