Diplodocus Coloring Pages For Kids

Please enjoy our free printable Diplodocus coloring pages for kids. These free printable coloring sheets come in a PDF format and feature a wide range of Diplodocus pictures. They range from easy Diplodocus coloring pages for toddlers to more difficult Diplodocus pictures for older boys and girls. We hope they provide hours of coloring fun for your toddlers, kids, boys and girls! If you haven't found what you're looking for here, please check out our complete range of dinosaur colouring pages and fun diplodocus facts!

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Fun Diplodocus Fact #1

The name Diplodocus means “Double Beam” in Greek. The beams the Diplodocus’ name talks about are the two rows of bones which support its enormous tail.

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Fun Diplodocus Fact #2

The Diplodocus was one of the longest dinosaurs ever, reaching up to 33 meters (108 feet) in length. That’s longer than 7 cars parked bumper-to-bumper. Most of that length was the Diplodocus’ neck and tail. Wow!

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Fun Diplodocus Fact #3

A Diplodocus could whip the tip of its tail at a supersonic speed. The tail could move so fast that it would create a boom like a cannon, which could scare off potential attackers and attract lady Diplodocus.

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Fun Diplodocus Fact #4

The Diplodocus’ front legs were shorter than its back legs, which would have made it easy to eat plants near to the ground. On each of the Diplodocus’ front feet was one big claw, but scientists don’t know how the claw was used.

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Fun Diplodocus Fact #5

Like an Iguana, scientists think the Diplodocus might have had spines along the top of their necks, bodies and tails. 

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Fun Diplodocus Fact #6

The Diplodocus had delicate pencil-like teeth in the front of its mouth which it used to strip the leaves off plants. As teeth often broke as it pulled leaves from trees, scientists think the Diplodocus grew a new replacement tooth every 35 days.

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Fun Diplodocus Fact #7

The Diplodocus needed to eat a lot to support its enormous body. Rather than wasting time chewing its leafy food, the Diplodocus just swallowed it down and let its food ferment and digest inside its big belly.

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Fun Diplodocus Fact #8

The Diplodocus was so long it had over 100 vertebrae from the top of its head to the tip of its tail, including 15 long vertebrae in its neck and 80 small vertebrae in its flexible tail. In comparison humans have only 33 vertebrae.

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Fun Diplodocus Fact #9

The Diplodocus might have had a huge body, but it had a tiny brain. Scientists think the Diplodocus brain weighed about 4 ounces. In comparison an adult human brain is 12 times as heavy, weighing 48 ounces.

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Fun Diplodocus Fact #10

The Diplodocus grew really quickly from 1 meter as babies to lengths of up to 33 meters as adults in only ten years. So every year a Diplodocus grew in length more than the tallest human would grow in a lifetime.

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