حجم الديناصور

الحكم هو أحد الجوانب الأكثر إثارة للاهتمام في علم الديناصورات للعامة. تحتوي هذه المقالة على قوائم أكبر وأصغر الديناصورات من مختلف المجموعاتن، مرتبة حسب الوزن والطول.

فهرست

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سجلات عامة

رسم يُقارن أحجام أكبر الديناصورات المعروفة في خمسة فروع حيوية، بحجم الإنسان.



أطول الديناصورات

  1. Amphicoelias fragillimus: 58 m (190 ft)[1]
  2. Argentinosaurus huinculensis: 30–39.7 m (98–130 ft)[2][3]
  3. Turiasaurus riodevensis: 36–39 m (118–128 ft)[4]
  4. Supersaurus vivianae: 33–34 m (108–112 ft)[5]
  5. Futalognkosaurus dukei: 32–34 m (105–112 ft)[6][7]

أثقل الديناصورات

  1. Amphicoelias fragillimus: 122.4 t (134.9 short tons)[1]
  2. Argentinosaurus huinculensis: 73–90 t (80–99 short tons)[8][9]
  3. "Antarctosaurus" giganteus: 69 t (76 short tons)[8]
  4. Dreadnoughtus schrani: 59.3 t (65.4 short tons) + [10]
  5. Paralititan stromeri: 59 t (65 short tons)[11]

أقصر الديناصورات الغير طائرة

  1. Unnamed (BEXHM: 2008.14.1): 17–50 cm (6.7–19.7 in)[12][13]
  2. Epidexipteryx hui: 25 cm (9.8 in)[14]
  3. Eosinopteryx brevipenna: 30 cm (12 in)[15]
  4. Nqwebasaurus thwazi: 30 cm (0.98 ft)[16]
  5. Parvicursor remotus: 39 cm (15 in)[17]

أخف الديناصورات الغير طائرة

  1. Parvicursor remotus: 137–162 g (4.8–5.7 oz)[9][17]
  2. Epidexipteryx hui: 164–391 g (5.8–13.8 oz)[9][14]
  3. Compsognathus longipes: 0.26–3.5 kg (0.57–7.72 lb)[16][18]
  4. Ceratonykus oculatus: 0.3 kg (0.66 lb)[9]
  5. Juravenator starki: 0.34–0.41 kg (0.75–0.90 lb)[9][16]

الوحوش القدمية

أطول الوحوش القدمية

مقارنة لأنواع مختارة من أكبر الوحوش القدمية.
  1. Spinosaurus aegyptiacus: 15 m (49 ft) + [19]
  2. Giganotosaurus carolinii: 12.2–14 m (40–46 ft)[20][21]
  3. Carcharodontosaurus saharicus: 12 m (39 ft)-(comparable to Giganotosaurus)[16][22][23]
  4. Carcharodontosaurus iguidensis: 10 m (33 ft)-(comparable to C. saharicus)[24][21]
  5. Oxalaia quilombensis: 11–14 m (36–46 ft)[22][25]
  6. Tyrannotitan chubutensis: 12.2–13 m (40–43 ft)[22][21]
  7. Chilantaisaurus tashuikouensis: 11–13 m (36–43 ft)?[21][22]
  8. Saurophaganax maximus: 10.5–13 m (34–43 ft)[21][22]
  9. Mapusaurus roseae: 11.5–12.6 m (38–41 ft)[21][22]
  10. Tyrannosaurus rex: 12–12.4 m (39–41 ft)[22][21]
  11. Acrocanthosaurus atokensis: 11–12 m (36–39 ft)[22][21]
  12. Bahariasaurus ingens: 11–12 m (36–39 ft)?[22][21]
  13. Kelmayisaurus petrolicus: 10–12 m (33–39 ft)?[26]
  14. Siats meekerorum: 9.1–12 m (30–39 ft)[27]
  15. Torvosaurus tanneri: 9–12 m (30–39 ft)[21][22]
  16. Allosaurus fragilis: 8.5–12 m (28–39 ft)[21][22]


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أثقل الوحوش القدمية

  1. Spinosaurus aegyptiacus: 7–20.9 t (7.7–23.0 short tons)[16][28]
  2. Tyrannosaurus rex: 4.5–18.5 t (5.0–20.4 short tons)[29][30][31][32]
  3. Carcharodontosaurus saharicus: 6.1–15.1 t (6.7–16.6 short tons)[16][18]
  4. Carcharodontosaurus iguidensis: 4 t (4.4 short tons)-(comparable to C. saharicus)[21][24]
  5. Giganotosaurus carolinii: 6.5–14 t (7.2–15.4 short tons)[16][30]
  6. Acrocanthosaurus atokensis: 3.7–7.3 t (4.1–8.0 short tons)[30][33]
  7. Oxalaia quilombensis: 5–7 t (5.5–7.7 short tons)[25]
  8. Deinocheirus mirificus: 6.4 t (7.1 short tons)[34]
  9. Chilantaisaurus tashuikouensis: 2.5–6 t (2.8–6.6 short tons)[35][36]
  10. Tyrannotitan chubutensis: 5.6 t (6.2 short tons)[30]
  11. Suchomimus tenerensis: 2.7–5.2 t (3.0–5.7 short tons)[16][18][30]
  12. Therizinosaurus cheloniformis: 5 t (5.5 short tons)[21]
  13. Mapusaurus roseae: 3–5 t (3.3–5.5 short tons)[21][20]

أقصر الوحوش القدمية الغير طائرة

مقارنة أصغر الوحوش القدمية الغير طائرة.
  1. Unnamed (BEXHM: 2008.14.1): 17–50 cm (6.7–19.7 in)[12][37]
  2. Epidexipteryx hui: 25 cm (9.8 in)[14]
  3. Eosinopteryx brevipenna: 30 cm (12 in)[15]
  4. Nqwebasaurus thwazi: 30 cm (12 in)[16]
  5. "Ornithomimus" minutus: 30 cm (12 in)[22]
  6. Palaeopteryx thompsoni: 30 cm (12 in)?[22]
  7. Parvicursor remotus: 30–39 cm (12–15 in)[22][17]
  8. Microraptor zhaoianus: 42–120 cm (17–47 in)[38][39]
  9. Xixianykus zhangi: 50 cm (20 in)[22]
  10. Alwalkeria maleriensis: 50 cm (20 in)?[22]
  11. Jinfengopteryx elegans: 55 cm (1.80 ft)[40]
  12. Albinykus baatar: 60 cm (2.0 ft)[22]
  13. Linhenykus monodactylus: 60 cm (2.0 ft)[22]
  14. Pamparaptor micros: 60 cm (2.0 ft)[22]
  15. Shuvuuia deserti: 60 cm (2.0 ft)[22]
  16. Ligabueino andesi: 60–70 cm (2.0–2.3 ft)[21][41]

أخف الوحوش القدمية الغير طائرة

  1. Parvicursor remotus: 137–162 g (4.8–5.7 oz)[9][17]
  2. Epidexipteryx hui: 164–391 g (5.8–13.8 oz)[9][14]
  3. Compsognathus longipes: 0.26–3.5 kg (0.57–7.72 lb)[16][18]
  4. Ceratonykus oculatus: 0.3 kg (0.66 lb)[9]
  5. Juravenator starki: 0.34–0.41 kg (0.75–0.90 lb)[9][16]
  6. Ligabueino andesi: 0.35–0.5 kg (0.77–1.10 lb)[9][21]
  7. Microraptor zhaoianus: 0.4 kg (0.88 lb)[9]
  8. Sinosauropteryx prima: 0.55–0.99 kg (1.2–2.2 lb)[9][16]
  9. Rahonavis ostromi: 0.58 kg (1.3 lb)[9]
  10. Mahakala omnogovae: 0.76–0.79 kg (1.7–1.7 lb)[9][30]
  11. Xiaotingia zhengi: 0.79 kg (1.7 lb)[9]
  12. Mei long: 0.85 kg (1.9 lb)[9]
  13. Microraptor gui: 0.95–1.50 kg (2.1–3.3 lb)[9][38]
  14. Procompsognathus triassicus: 1 kg (2.2 lb)[42]


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الصوروپودات

أطول الصوروپودات

مقارنة بين أحجام الصوروپودات العملاقة.
  1. Amphicoelias fragillimus: 40–60 m (130–200 ft)[1][21]
  2. Argentinosaurus huinculensis: 30–39.7 m (98–130 ft)[2][43]
  3. Turiasaurus riodevensis: 30–39 m (98–128 ft)[22][21][4]
  4. Mamenchisaurus sinocanadorum: 26–35 m (85–115 ft)[44][21]Mamenchisaurus sinocanadorum[محل شك]
  5. Supersaurus vivianae: 33–35 m (108–115 ft)[5][21]
  6. Futalognkosaurus dukei: 26–34 m (85–112 ft)[6][7][45][1][22]
  7. Diplodocus hallorum("Seismosaurus"): 30–33.5 m (98–110 ft)[5][46][8]
  8. "Antarctosaurus" giganteus: 30–33 m (98–108 ft)[21][22]
  9. Xinjiangtitan shanshanesis: 30–32 m (98–105 ft)[47]
  10. Paralititan stromeri: 20–32 m (66–105 ft)[22][21]
  11. Alamosaurus sanjuanensis: 30 m (98 ft) + [22][48]
  12. Puertasaurus reuili: 30 m (98 ft)[21]
  13. Ruyangosaurus giganteus: 30 m (98 ft)[21]
  14. Daxiatitan binglingi: 30 m (98 ft)[49]
  15. Sauroposeidon proteles: 28–30 m (92–98 ft)[50][45][22]
  16. Hudiesaurus sinojapanorum: 20–30 m (66–98 ft)[22][51]

أثقل الصوروپودات

  1. Amphicoelias fragillimus: 100–150 t (110–170 short tons)[1][21]
  2. Argentinosaurus huinculensis: 50–90 t (55–99 short tons)[8]
  3. "Antarctosaurus" giganteus: 69–80 t (76–88 short tons)[8][21]
  4. Apatosaurus sp.: 36–80 metric tons (40–88 short tons)[52]
  5. Giraffatitan brancai: 15–78 t (17–86 short tons)[53][54] New estimates show that it may only be 23.3–40 t (25.7–44.1 short tons). [21][55][56][57]
  6. Mamenchisaurus sinocanadorum: 75 t (83 short tons)[21]Mamenchisaurus sinocanadorum[محل شك]
  7. Sauroposeidon proteles: 40–60 t (44–66 short tons)[21][50][45]
  8. Dreadnoughtus schrani: 59.3 t (65.4 short tons) + [10]
  9. Paralititan stromeri: 20–59 t (22–65 short tons)[11][21]
  10. Unnamed (MPM-PV-39): 58 t (64 short tons)[58]
  11. Brachiosaurus altithorax: 28.7–56.3 t (31.6–62.1 short tons)[55][9]
  12. Turiasaurus riodevensis: 48–50.9 t (52.9–56.1 short tons)[4][9]
  13. Puertasaurus reuili: 50 t (55 short tons) + [21]
  14. Ruyangosaurus giganteus: 50 t (55 short tons) + [21]
  15. Futalognkosaurus dukei: 38.1–50 t (42.0–55.1 short tons) + [9][21]
  16. Camarasaurus supremus: 23–47 t (25–52 short tons)[21][59]
  17. Elaltitan lilloi: 42.8 t (47.2 short tons)[9]
  18. Diplodocus hallorum ("Seismosaurus"): 30–42.5 t (33.1–46.8 short tons)[21][59]
  19. Tehuelchesaurus benitezii: 41.3 t (45.5 short tons)[9]
  20. Apatosaurus louisae: 16.4–41.3 t (18.1–45.5 short tons)[9][60]
  21. Supersaurus vivianae: 35–40.2 t (38.6–44.3 short tons)[5][59]
  22. Alamosaurus sanjuanensis: 32.7–35.2 t (36.0–38.8 short tons) + [48][9]

أقصر الصوروپودات

  1. Ohmdenosaurus liasicus: 4 m (13 ft)[22]
  2. Lirainosaurus astibiae: 4–6 m (13–20 ft)[61]
  3. Blikanasaurus cromptoni: 5 m (16 ft)[22]
  4. Magyarosaurus dacus: 6 m (20 ft)[21]
  5. Europasaurus holgeri: 6.2 m (20 ft)[22][62]
  6. Isanosaurus attavipachi: 6.5 m (21 ft)[63]
  7. Vulcanodon karibaensis: 6.5–11 m (21–36 ft)[22][21]
  8. Neuquensaurus australis: 7 m (23 ft)[64]
  9. Antetonitrus ingenipes: 8–10 m (26–33 ft)[65]
  10. Shunosaurus lii: 8.7–11 m (29–36 ft)[22][18][21][66]
  11. Zizhongosaurus chuanchengensis: 9 m (30 ft)[22]
  12. Algoasaurus bauri: 9 m (30 ft)[22][67]
  13. Kotasaurus yamanpalliensis: 9 m (30 ft)[22]
  14. Volkheimeria chubutensis: 9 m (30 ft)[22]
  15. Zapalasaurus bonapartei: 9 m (30 ft)[21]
  16. Tazoudasaurus naimi: 9–10 m (30–33 ft)[22][68]
  17. Nigersaurus taqueti: 9–14.1 m (30–46 ft)[21][69]

أخف الصوروپودات

  1. Astrodon johnstoni: 0.5 t (0.55 short tons)[9]
  2. Magyarosaurus dacus: 0.75–1.1 t (0.83–1.21 short tons)[9][70]
  3. Europasaurus holgeri: 0.8–1 t (0.88–1.10 short tons) [9][62]
  4. Bonatitan reigi: 1 t (1.1 short tons)[9]
  5. Lapparentosaurus madagascariensis: 1.4 t (1.5 short tons)[9]
  6. Lessemsaurus sauropoides: 1.8 t (2.0 short tons) [9]
  7. Lirainosaurus astibiae: 1.8–4 t (2.0–4.4 short tons) [9][61]
  8. Shunosaurus lii: 2.2–6.7 t (2.4–7.4 short tons) [9][18][69][71]
  9. Ampelosaurus atacis: 2.5 t (2.8 short tons)[9]
  10. Kotasaurus yamanpalliensis: 2.5 t (2.8 short tons)[21]
  11. Amargasaurus cazaui: 2.6–3.8 t (2.9–4.2 short tons) [8][71]
  12. Hypselosaurus priscus: 2.7–8 t (3.0–8.8 short tons) [72]
  13. Chinskakiangosaurus chunghoensis: 3 t (3.3 short tons)[21]
  14. Gongxianosaurus shibeiensis: 3 t (3.3 short tons)[21]
  15. Euhelopus zdanskyi: 3.4 t (3.7 short tons) [71]
  16. Vulcanodon karibaensis: 3.5 t (3.9 short tons)[21]
  17. Tazoudasaurus naimi: 3.5 t (3.9 short tons)[21]
  18. Neuquensaurus australis: 3.5–6.1 t (3.9–6.7 short tons) [9][62]
  19. Omeisaurus jungbsiensis: 4 t (4.4 short tons)
  20. Rinconsaurus caudamirus: 4.1 t (4.5 short tons)[9]
  21. Atacamatitan chilensis: 4.3 t (4.7 short tons)[9]
  22. Dicraeosaurus hansemanni 4.4–5 t (4.9–5.5 short tons) [18][71]
  23. Datousaurus bashenesis: 4.5 t (5.0 short tons)[21]
  24. Klamelisaurus gobiensis 5 t (5.5 short tons)[21]
  25. Amygdalodon patagonicus: 5 t (5.5 short tons)[21]
  26. Haplocanthosaurus priscus: 5 t (5.5 short tons)[21]
  27. Omeisaurus maoianus: 5 t (5.5 short tons)[21]
  28. Mamenchisaurus constructus: 5 t (5.5 short tons)[21]


الأورنيثوپودات

أطول الأورنيثوپودات

مقارنة بين أكبر الأورنيثوپودات.
  1. Huaxiaosaurus aigahtens: 18.7 m (61 ft)[73]
  2. Shantungosaurus giganteus: 15–17 m (49–56 ft)[22][18][74]
  3. Hypsibema crassicauda: 15 m (49 ft)?[22]
  4. Hypsibema missouriensis (Parrosaurus):[22] 15 m (49 ft)?[22]
  5. Edmontosaurus regalis: 9–13 m (30–43 ft)[21][75][76]
  6. Iguanodon bernissartensis: 10–13 m (33–43 ft)[22][77]
  7. Magnapaulia laticaudus: 12.5 m (41 ft)[78]
  8. Saurolophus angustirostris: 12 m (39 ft)[21][79]
  9. Ornithotarsus immanis: 12 m (39 ft)?[22]
  10. Edmontosaurus annectens (Anatosaurus): 9–12 m (30–39 ft)[22][21][80]
  11. Kritosaurus sp.: 11 m (36 ft)[81]
  12. Brachylophosaurus canadensis: 8.5–11 m (28–36 ft)[22][21]

أثقل الأورنيثوپودات

  1. Magnapaulia laticaudus: 12–23 t (13–25 short tons)[21][82]
  2. Shantungosaurus giganteus: 9.9–22.5 t (10.9–24.8 short tons)[9][18][21][83]
  3. Iguanodon seeleyi: 15 t (17 short tons)[9]
  4. Saurolophus angustirostris: 6.6–9 t (7.3–9.9 short tons)[21]
  5. Iguanodon bernissartensis: 8.3–8.6 t (9.1–9.5 short tons)[9]
  6. Edmontosaurus annectens (Anatotitan): 3.2–7.6 t (3.5–8.4 short tons)[9][18][71]
  7. Brachylophosaurus canadensis: 4.5–7 t (5.0–7.7 short tons)[9][21]
  8. Saurolophus osborni: 6.6 t (7.3 short tons)[9]
  9. Lanzhousaurus magnidens: 6 t (6.6 short tons)[21]
  10. Parasaurolophus walkeri: 3–5.1 t (3.3–5.6 short tons)[9][18][84]
  11. Charonosaurus jiayinensis: 5 t (5.5 short tons)[21]
  12. Barsboldia sicinskii: 5 t (5.5 short tons)[21]

أقصر الأورنيثوپودات

  1. Gasparinisaura cincosaltensis: 0.65–1.7 m (2.1–5.6 ft)[22][18][21]
  2. Leaellynasaura amicagraphica: 0.9–3 m (3.0–9.8 ft)[22][21]
  3. Valdosaurus canaliculatus: 1.3 m (4.3 ft)[21]
  4. Notohypsilophodon comodorensis: 1.3 m (4.3 ft)[21]
  5. Fulgurotherium australe: 1.3–2 m (4.3–6.6 ft)[22][21]
  6. Siluosaurus zhangqiani: 1.4 m (4.6 ft)[22]
  7. Qantassaurus intrepidus: 1.4–2 m (4.6–6.6 ft)[22][21]
  8. Changchunsaurus parvus: 1.5 m (4.9 ft)[21]
  9. Thescelosaurus sp.: 1.5 m (4.9 ft)[18]
  10. Yandusaurus hongheensis: 1.5–3.8 m (4.9–12.5 ft)[22][21]
  11. Yueosaurus tiantaiensis: 1.8 m (5.9 ft)[22]
  12. Haya griva: 1.8 m (5.9 ft)[22]
  13. Hypsilophodon foxii: 1.8–2 m (5.9–6.6 ft)[22][21]

أخف الأورنيثوپودات

  1. Gasparinisaura cincosaltensis: 1–13 kg (2.2–28.7 lb)[9][18][21][30]
  2. Yueosaurus tiantaiensis: 3.9 kg (8.6 lb)[9]
  3. Fulgurotherium australe: 6 kg (13 lb)[21]
  4. Notohypsilophodon comodorensis: 6 kg (13 lb)[21]
  5. Yandusaurus hongheensis: 6.6–7.5 kg (15–17 lb)[18][71]
  6. Hypsilophodon foxii: 7–21 kg (15–46 lb)[18][21][71]
  7. Thescelosaurus sp.: 7.9–86 kg (17–190 lb)[18][71]
  8. Valdosaurus canaliculatus: 10 kg (22 lb)[21]
  9. Haya griva: 11 kg (24 lb)[9]
  10. Agilisaurus louderbacki: 12 kg (26 lb)[21]
  11. Drinker nisti: 20 kg (44 lb)[21]
  12. Changchunsaurus parvus: 20 kg (44 lb)[21]
  13. Qantassaurus intrepidus: 20 kg (44 lb)[21]
  14. Zephyrosaurus schaffi: 20 kg (44 lb)[21]
  15. Oryctodromeus cubicularis: 20 kg (44 lb)[21]
  16. Orodromeus makelai: 20 kg (44 lb)[9]

السراتوپسيات

أطول السراتوپسيات

مقارنة بين أضغف السراتوپسيات.
  1. Eotriceratops xerinsularis: 8.5–9 m (28–30 ft)[22][21]
  2. Triceratops horridus: 8–9 m (26–30 ft)[22][18][21]
  3. Torosaurus latus: 8–9 m (26–30 ft)[22][21]
  4. Triceratops prorsus: 7.9–9 m (26–30 ft)[22][21][85][86]
  5. Titanoceratops ouranos: 6.8–9 m (22–30 ft)[22][87]
  6. Ojoceratops fowleri: 8 m (26 ft)[22]
  7. Coahuilaceratops magnacuerna: 8 m (26 ft)[22]
  8. Pentaceratops sternbergii: 6–8 m (20–26 ft)[88][22][18][21]
  9. Pachyrhinosaurus canadensis: 6–8 m (20–26 ft)[22][21]
  10. Pachyrhinosaurus lakustai: 5–8 m (16–26 ft)[22][21]
  11. Nedoceratops hatcheri: 7.6 m (25 ft)[22]
  12. Sinoceratops zhuchengensis: 7 m (23 ft)[22]
  13. Mojoceratops perifania: 7 m (23 ft)[22]
  14. Utahceratops gettyi: 6–7 m (20–23 ft)[22][89]
  15. Chasmosaurus belli: 4.8–7 m (16–23 ft)[22][21]
  16. Vagaceratops irvinensis: 4.5–7 m (15–23 ft)[22][21]
  17. Arrhinoceratops brachyops: 4.5–7 m (15–23 ft)[22][21]
  18. Agujaceratops mariscalensis: 4.3–7 m (14–23 ft)[22][21]
  19. Chasmosaurus russelli: 4.3–7 m (14–23 ft)[22][21]

أثقل السراتوپسيات

  1. Triceratops horridus: 5–14 t (5.5–15.4 short tons)[9][18]
  2. Triceratops prorsus: 9–10.9 t (9.9–12.0 short tons)[9][21]
  3. Titanoceratops ouranos: 4.7–10.8 t (5.2–11.9 short tons)[9][90]
  4. Eotriceratops xerinsularis: 10 t (11 short tons)[21]
  5. Pentaceratops sternbergii: 4.7 t (5.2 short tons)[18]
  6. Pachyrhinosaurus canadensis: 3–4.4 t (3.3–4.9 short tons)[9][21][84]
  7. Styracosaurus albertensis: 2.7–4.2 t (3.0–4.6 short tons)[9][91]
  8. Utahceratops gettyi: 3–4 t (3.3–4.4 short tons)[89]
  9. Achelousaurus horneri: 2–3 t (2.2–3.3 short tons)[21]
  10. Agujaceratops mariscalensis: 2.6 t (2.9 short tons)[9]
  11. Centrosaurus apertus: 1.1–2.5 t (1.2–2.8 short tons)[9][18]
  12. Coronosaurus brinkmani: 2 t (2.2 short tons)[21]
  13. Rubeosaurus ovatus: 2 t (2.2 short tons)[21]
  14. Pachyrhinosaurus lakustai: 2 t (2.2 short tons)[21]
  15. Chasmosaurus belli: 2 t (2.2 short tons)[21]

أقصر السراتوپسيات

  1. Yamaceratops dorngobiensis: 50–150 cm (1.6–4.9 ft)[22][21]
  2. Archaeoceratops yujingziensis: 55 cm (1.80 ft)[92]
  3. Microceratus gobiensis: 60 cm (2.0 ft)[22]
  4. Aquilops americanus: 60 cm (2.0 ft)[93]
  5. Chaoyangsaurus youngi: 60–100 cm (2.0–3.3 ft)[22][21]
  6. Xuanhuaceratops niei: 60–100 cm (2.0–3.3 ft)[22][21]
  7. Graciliceratops mongoliensis: 60–200 cm (2.0–6.6 ft)[22][94]
  8. Archaeoceratops oshimai: 67–150 cm (2.20–4.92 ft)[22][21][92]
  9. Bagaceratops rozhdestvenskyi: 80–90 cm (2.6–3.0 ft)[22][21]
  10. Psittacosaurus lujiatunensis: 90 cm (3.0 ft)[21]
  11. Ajkaceratops kozmai: 100 cm (3.3 ft)[95]
  12. Psittacosaurus gobiensis: 100 cm (3.3 ft)[21][96]
  13. Micropachycephalosaurus hongtuyanensis: 100 cm (3.3 ft)+[97]

أخف السراتوپسيات

  1. Aquilops americanus: 1.5 kg (3.3 lb)[93]
  2. Liaoceratops yanzigouensis: 2 kg (4.4 lb)[21]
  3. Yamaceratops dorngobiensis: 2 kg (4.4 lb)[21]
  4. Psittacosaurus sinensis: 4.1 kg (9.0 lb)[9]
  5. Psittacosaurus lujiatunensis: 5 kg (11 lb)[21]
  6. Yinlong downsi: 5.5 kg (12 lb)[9]
  7. Micropachycephalosaurus hongtuyanensis: 5.9 kg (13 lb)[9]
  8. Chaoyangsaurus youngi: 6 kg (13 lb)[21]
  9. Xuanhuaceratops niei: 6 kg (13 lb)[21]
  10. Psittacosaurus gobiensis: 6–9.4 kg (13–21 lb)[9][21]
  11. Bagaceratops rozhdestvenskyi: 7 kg (15 lb)[21]
  12. Psittacosaurus meileyingensis: 8 kg (18 lb)[21]
  13. Psittacosaurus neimongoliensis: 8–8.4 kg (18–19 lb)[9][21]
  14. Archaeoceratops oshimai: 10 kg (22 lb)[21]
  15. Psittacosaurus mongoliensis: 12.1–20 kg (27–44 lb)[18][21][98]
  16. Psittacosaurus houi (Hongshanosaurus): 15 kg (33 lb)[21]
  17. Psittacosaurus sibiricus: 15 kg (33 lb)[21]

الپاكيسفالوصورات

أطول الپاكيسفالوصورات

مقارنة حجم پاكيسفالوصور بالغ (بالأخضر)، ومراحل النمو المحتملة، وإنسان.
  1. Pachycephalosaurus wyomingensis: 4.5–7 m (15–23 ft)[22][21]
  2. Stygimoloch spinifer: 3 m (9.8 ft)[22]
  3. Gravitholus albertae: 3 m (9.8 ft)?[22]

أقصر الپاكيسفالوصورات

  1. Colepiocephale lambei: 1.8 m (5.9 ft)[22]
  2. Stegoceras validum: 2 m (6.6 ft)[22]
  3. Texacephale langstoni: 2 m (6.6 ft)[22]

الديناصورات المدرعة (عدا الأنكيلوصوريات)

أطول الستگوصورات

مقارنة الستگوصور بالإنسان.
  1. Stegosaurus ungulatus: 7–9 m (23–30 ft)[22][21]
  2. Stegosaurus stenops: 6.5–9 m (21–30 ft)[22][21]
  3. Dacentrurus armatus: 7–8 m (23–26 ft)[22][21][99]
  4. Tuojiangosaurus multispinus: 6.5–7 m (21–23 ft)[22][18][21]
  5. Wuerhosaurus homheni: 6.1–7 m (20–23 ft)[22][21]
  6. Jiangjunosaurus junggarensis: 6–7 m (20–23 ft)[22][21]
  7. Gigantspinosaurus sichuanensis: 4.2–7 m (14–23 ft)[22][21]

أثقل الستگوصورات

  1. Dacentrurus armatus: 5–7.4 t (5.5–8.2 short tons)[9][21]
  2. Stegosaurus stenops: 2.6–5.3 t (2.9–5.8 short tons)[18][21][59][84]
  3. Hesperosaurus mjosi: 3.5–5 t (3.9–5.5 short tons)[9][21][59]
  4. Tuojiangosaurus multispinus: 4.8 t (5.3 short tons)[9]
  5. Wuerhosaurus homheni: 4 t (4.4 short tons)[21]
  6. Stegosaurus ungulatus: 3.5 t (3.9 short tons)[21]
  7. Tuojiangosaurus multispinus: 2.8 t (3.1 short tons)[21]
  8. Jiangjunosaurus junggarensis: 2.5 t (2.8 short tons)[21]

أقصر الديناصورات المدرعة

  1. Tatisaurus oehleri: 1.2 m (3.9 ft)[22]
  2. Scutellosaurus lawleri: 1.2–1.3 m (3.9–4.3 ft)[22][21]

أقصر الديناصورات المدرعة

  1. Scutellosaurus lawleri: 3 kg (6.6 lb)[21]
  2. Emausaurus ernsti: 50 kg (110 lb)[21]
  3. Scelidosaurus harrisonii: 64.5–270 kg (142–595 lb)[18][21]

الأنكيلوصوريات

أقصر الأنكيلوصوريات

حجم تقريبي للأنكيلوصوريات مقارنة بالإنسان.
  1. Ankylosaurus magniventris: 6.25–9 m (20.5–29.5 ft)[22][100]
  2. Tarchia gigantea: 4.5–8 m (15–26 ft)[22][21]
  3. Sauropelta edwardsorum: 5–7.6 m (16–25 ft)[22][101]
  4. Dyoplosaurus acutosquameus: 7 m (23 ft)?[22]
  5. Edmontonia rugosidens: 6–7 m (20–23 ft)[22][21]
  6. Edmontonia longiceps: 6–7 m (20–23 ft)[22][21]
  7. Edmontonia schlessmani: 6–7 m (20–23 ft)[22][21]
  8. Euoplocephalus tutus: 5.5–7 m (18–23 ft)[22][21]
  9. Saichania chulsanensis: 5.2–7 m (17–23 ft)[22][18][21]
  10. Cedarpelta bilbeyhallorum: 5–7 m (16–23 ft)[21][102]
  11. Panoplosaurus mirus: 5–7 m (16–23 ft)[22][21]
  12. Shamosaurus scutatus: 5–7 m (16–23 ft)[22][21]
  13. Tsagantegia longicranialis: 3.5–7 m (11–23 ft)[22][21]

أثقل الأنكيلوصوريات

  1. Ankylosaurus magniventris: 1.7–6 t (1.9–6.6 short tons)[9][18][21]
  2. Cedarpelta bilbeyhallorum: 5 t (5.5 short tons)[21]
  3. Niobrarasaurus coleii: 4 t (4.4 short tons)[21]
  4. Gobisaurus domoculus: 3.5 t (3.9 short tons)[21]
  5. Nodosaurus textilis: 3.5 t (3.9 short tons)[21]
  6. Palaeoscincus costatus: 3.5 t (3.9 short tons)[103]
  7. Edmontonia rugosidens: 3 t (3.3 short tons)[21]
  8. Edmontonia schlessmani: 3 t (3.3 short tons)[21]
  9. Edmontonia longiceps: 2.3–3 t (2.5–3.3 short tons)[9][21]
  10. Sauropelta edwardsorum: 1.5–3 t (1.7–3.3 short tons)[9][101]
  11. Euoplocephalus tutus: 2–2.7 t (2.2–3.0 short tons)[9][18][21][84]

أقصر الأنكيلوصوريات

  1. Propanoplosaurus marylandicus: 0.6 m (2.0 ft)[22]
  2. Dracopelta zbyszewskii: 2 m (6.6 ft)[22]
  3. Minmi paravertebra: 2–3 m (6.6–9.8 ft)[22][21]

أخف الأنكيلوصوريات

  1. Animantarx ramaljonesi: 300 kg (660 lb)[21]
  2. Struthiosaurus transylvanicus: 300 kg (660 lb)[21]
  3. Struthiosaurus austriacus: 300 kg (660 lb)[21]
  4. Gargoyleosaurus parkpinorum: 300 kg (660 lb)[21]
  5. Mymoorapelta maysi: 300 kg (660 lb)[21]
  6. Minmi paravertebra: 300 kg (660 lb)[21]

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