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1. The amber with dinosaur feathers found in 2011 may be 78 million years old. That would be written as:
    78,000
    7,800,000
    78,000,000
 
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2. The fossilized nest with 34 hatchlings and an adult nearby had this many fossilized dinosaur remains:
    33
    34
    35
 
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3. The four-winged dinosaur Microraptor gui, is thought to have glided among the trees. If there were 4 Microraptor guis in one location, how many wings were there?
    8
    12
    16
 
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4. The coprolite (fossil poop) found in North Dakota (see photo in teaching activities) measured 84 mm in length. That's the equivalent of:
    about 10.5 inches
    about 3.3 inches
    about 12 inches or a foot
 
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5. A very well preserved duck-billed dinosaur’s stomach contained the remains of more than 40 kinds of plants! That would be written as:
    <40
    >40
    40 +/-
 
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6. If a Sauropod track measured 28 inches long, that would be about how may centimeters?
    70
    100
    150
 
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7. If a Theropod track measures 8 centimeters, that would be about how many inches?
    5
    10
    15
 
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8. The mummified skin of a hadrosaur found in North Dakota is believed to be approximately 66 million years old. That could be written as:
    66 mya
    66,000,000
    both of the above
 
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9. In 2004, scientist found the fossil of a sleeping dinosaur believed to be 135 million years old. By how many years is this fossil older than the hadrosaur fossil found in North Dakota mentioned above?
    690,000
    6,900,000
    69,000,000
 
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10. Scientists estimate that every inch of footprint track (from heel to toe) equals a foot in length or height. If a dinosaur left a 2-foot track, how tall or long do you think the dinosaur was?
    2 feet
    24 feet
    There's not enough information to answer
 
   
 



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