Stegosaur species compared, video

This 18 April 2019 video says about itself:

Top 10 Heaviest thyreophorans

10.Niobrarasaurus coleii: 1-4 t
9.Euoplocephalus tutus: 2.5 t
8.Tuojiangosaurus multispinus: 2.8 t
7.Gobisaurus domoculus: 3.5 t
6.Hesperosaurus mjosi: 3.5 t
5.Wuerhosaurus homheni: 4 t
4.Cedarpelta bilbeyhallorum: 5 t
3.Dacentrurus armatus: 5 t
2.Stegosaurus ungulatus: 5.3–7 t
1.Ankylosaurus magniventris: 4.8–8 t

A 6 April 2019 video used to say about itself:

ARMOURED DINOSAURS (Stegosaur & Ankylosaur families) size comparison. Paleoart.

FEATURED TAXA: Scutellosaurus, Scelidosaurus, Gigantspinosaurus, Huayangosaurus, Europelta, Gastonia, Borealopelta, Kentrosaurus, Euoplocephalus, Miragaia, Edmontonia, Tuojiangosaurus, Hesperosaurus, Ankylosaurus, Stegosaurus.

A 24 August 2018 video used to say about itself:

Stegosaur family species comparison

Welcome to the fifth round of the new dinosaur comparison videos. In this comparison video, we shall compare the different stegosaur family species, also known as stegosaurids.

These dinosaurs have spines and plates and are one of the largest terrestrial land herbivore dinosaurs to have existed in the world. Some genera: Stegosaurus, Dacentrurus, Miragaia etc.

These stegosaur species differ in size and comparison so much that the smallest of them weighs less than one tonne and the largest weighs more than 15 tonnes. The smallest stegosaurid measures only 5-6 meters in length while the largest measures more than 12-14 meters in length. These stegosaur species all have one thing in common, the noticeable strong and elongated skull.

In this video of the stegosaur family species comparison, we shall take a more detailed look at 13 stegosaurids, their size, where and when they existed. Most of them are in China, so they’re Chinese dinosaurs.

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