Diet: Herbivore (plant-eater)
Name Means: "Gasparini's Lizard"
Length: 2 ft (80 cm) juvenile?
Time: Late Cretaceous - 88 mya
Fossil remains for this Dinosaur have been found in South
Gasparinisaura, a small member of the family of dinosaurs that included
Iguanodon was discovered in Argentina. Not very much of this
dinosaur has been found, so scientists still aren't sure what it looked
like. Members of this family are among the most common of all dinosaurs
found, and its discovery in South America shows that the family spread
through the entire Mesozoic world. It has also been suggested that
Gasparinisaura may have had feathers.