Broome Dinosaurs

Broome Dinosaurs include Theropods, Sauropods, Ornithopods and Thyreophorans


Theropods were carnivores (meat-eaters). They were bipedal (ran on two legs) and had sharp claws and teeth to catch and devour their prey.


Sauropods were gigantic long necked quadrupedal (moved on four legs) herbivores (plant eaters). 


The ornithopods that made tracks in the Broome Sandstone were made by small to medium-sized herbivores (plant-eaters).


Thyreophorans were small to very large in size, with armour plates and spikes, and walked on four legs (quadrupeds).

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