Spinosaurus Coloring Pages For Kids

Please enjoy our free printable Spinosaurus coloring pages for kids. These free printable coloring sheets come in a PDF format and feature a wide range of Spinosaurus pictures. They range from easy Spinosaurus coloring pages for toddlers to more difficult Spinosaurus 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 coloring pages and fun spinosaurus facts!

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Fun Spinosaurus Fact #1

The name Spinosaurus means ‘spine lizard’ and when you look at the back of this amazing dinosaur you’ll understand why! The Spinosaurus had bones of up to 2.1 meters (7 feet) long growing out its back, connected with skin to form a huge sail.

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Fun Spinosaurus Fact #2

Scientists think that just like a peacock’s feathers, a Spinosaurus’ sail could have been brightly colored and used to attract mates. The sail could have also scared off other dinosaurs by making the Spinosaurus look even bigger than it really was! 

Spinosaurus Running After Parasaurolophus Coloring Page
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Spinosaurus vs Stegosaurus Coloring Page
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Fun Spinosaurus Fact #3

The Spinosaurus lived millions of years ago in North Africa in what is now the Sahara desert. Back then the land was a marshy river system and the Spinosaurus developed to hunt in and around swamps, rivers and lakes.

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Fun Spinosaurus Fact #4

Most scientists agree the Spinosaurus could swim, but they’re not sure whether it was a good swimmer? Some scientists think the Spinosaurus swam after fish in lakes, whilst others think it stood near the banks of lakes and surprised nearby fish.

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Fun Spinosaurus Fact #5

Just like a crocodile the Spinosaurus had a long snout with interlocking cone-like teeth, perfect for holding on to slippery fish. Their teeth were very different from land-based meat eaters, which had saw-like teeth designed to tear flesh apart.

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Spinosaurus Chasing Velociraptor Coloring Page
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Fun Spinosaurus Fact #6

The Spinosaurus’ nostrils were higher up on its head than land-based dinosaurs. This was so the Spinosaurus could breathe easily while its mouth was under water, ready to snap at passing fish.

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Fun Spinosaurus Fact #7

Just like crocodiles today, the snout of the Spinosaurus had small openings on the tip, which scientists think could be used to detect pressure changes in the water made by the movements of fish when hunting in muddy water or at night.

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Fun Spinosaurus Fact #8

Like an eel today, the Spinosaurus had a wide paddle-like tail with loosely connected bones which it could bend in a wave in the water to drive itself forward.

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Fun Spinosaurus Fact #9

The Spinosaurus had bones which were dense, without any air inside which could force them to the top of the water, which is similar to the bones of king penguins today.

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Fun Spinosaurus Fact #10

The Spinosaurus was a truly massive dinosaur with a maximum length of around 15 meters from nose to tail. In fact the Spinosaurus is the longest meat-eating dinosaur scientists have discovered, bigger than Tyrannosaurus or Giganotosaurus!

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Fun Spinosaurus Fact #11

The Spinosaurus weighed around 15,000 pounds (6,800 kilograms), which is the same weight as 75 grown-up men!

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Fun Spinosaurus Fact #12

The Spinosaurus mainly ate animals that swam in the rivers and lakes where it hunted, including different giant fish and sharks which were several meters long.

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