Stegosauria - Sarah the Stegosaurus - Shell, Wyoming -- Robert Simon,
President - Louis A Klos Vice Preisent, Shell, Wyoming.
An extinct order of herbivorous dinosaurs,
including the genera Stegosaurus, Omosaurus, and their allies. Stegosaurian dinosaurs are herbivorous
and four legged. They are unique in their two longitudinal rows of plates
and spines on the back to tail and are up to 9 m in length. They appear to have
five fingers per “hand”, but only three functional toes per foot. Stegosaurians
flourished during Jurassic period and are unique among ornithischians for their
lack of ossified tendons, a feature which could be related to the peculiar form
of the dorsals Their small teeth and forelimbs indicate the feeding habit of
browsing on small plants. Plates might have been used for thermo-regulation.
Dinosaur Safaris Inc (DSI) unearthed Sarah near Shell Wyoming
this past summer. DSI is a private corporation whose
mission is to discover, excavate, study, and preserve dinosaur fossils and related
artifacts. The company is currently working on a private ranch in the Big Horn
Basin, Wyoming. In addition, DSI has a small group of buildings located
in the town of Shell, Wyoming, which include a preparation lab and storage
facility. Bob Simon of Spotsylvania, Virginia is the President and Chief
Operating Officer of DSI. The Vice President of Marketing is
Louis A. Klos of Orange, Virginia.
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