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Dinosaurs are some of the most popular animals on the planet. But did you know that Kazakhstan is also home to several species of dinosaurs? Kazakhstan's dinosaurs were some of the largest and longest-lived, but they became extinct more than 65 million years ago. Read on to learn more about the different types of dinosaurs in Kazakhstan and how their extinction has helped us understand the process of evolution.

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What did the dinosaurs of Kazakhstan look like?

Kazakstan dinosaurs ranged in size from the Kazakstan Pachycephalosaurus, which was a few feet long and weighed about 600 pounds, to the Kazakstan Sauropoda, which is over 100 feet long. Most of them walked on two legs, but had short arms for balance (like humans).

What is the most famous dinosaur in Kazakhstan?

Pachysaursaurus from Kazakhstan is one of the best known examples of this type of dinosaur because it lived here during its reign. Its name is due to its characteristic crest on its head, which makes it look like an old-fashioned baseball helmet: pachy means thick or bulky and saurus means lizard in Greek.

See our complete list of Kazakhstan dinosaurs below.

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