Pronounced: bug-En-uh-Sore - uh
Diet: Herbivore (plant eater)
Name Means: "Large Cheek Lizard"
Length: 10 feet (3 m)
Height: 3 feet (1 m)
Weight: 250 pounds (120 kilos)
Time: Late Cretaceous-70 MYA
Fossil remains for this Dinosaur have been found in North America
Bugenasaura was a small, fast plant-eater that lived near the end of the age
of the dinosaurs. It is known only from just a few bones and some scientists
think that the skull doesn't belong to the rest of the bones with which it was
found. It is considered to be an early member of the Hypsilophodon family
based on the fact that some of its features are of the type found on the first
members of this family.
There are some who believe the skull for Bugenasaura does not belong to the
other fossil remains attributed to this specimen. It has been suggested that
these other remains belong to Stygimoloch.