thunder lizard

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Synonyms for thunder lizard

huge quadrupedal herbivorous dinosaur common in North America in the late Jurassic

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Unlike the thunder lizards, so like the cranes (in Luther Standing
Fawcette Technical Publications (Palo Alto, CA) has acquired Thunder Lizard Productions (Seattle, WA).
The name means "thunder lizard" - hardly surprising as it reached 66ft in length and weighed around 30 tonnes - fortunately, the egg is much smaller.
The purple sweatshirt features a Brontosaurus skeleton with the name and the words "Thunder Lizard" along with the name of the museum it's from, "The Science Museum of Minnesota."
These gigantic thunder lizards roamed the Earth thousands of millions of years ago, and scientists are still trying to find the exact reason why they went extinct  -- either due to a meteorite crash or climate change.