VR Jurassic Encyclopedia #4 – Dimetrodon dinosaur facts VR 360 video education

VR Jurassic Encyclopedia #4

Dimetrodon dinosaur facts VR 360 video education

The next video in the VR Jurassic Encyclopedia series is now available on youtube. In this video, we bring you new and unknown facts about the dinosaur that is  Dimetrodon.

Dimetrodon was a relative of primitive extinct mammals. It was characterized by an upright, sail-like structure on its back. This dinosaur used his “sail” probably to temperature regulation. Dimetrodon lived from about 286 to 270 million years ago during the Permian Period. The fossils of this America were found in the North. The fossil of this dinosaur was discovered in the New USA in Texas and Oklahoma and Mexico.

Dimetrodons were carnivorous and they ate fish, plasmas, sauropods, or other synapsids. It was 3.5 meters long. As for its height, it was up to 2.1 meters, measuring it to the top of the sail. The Dimetron’s weight was close to 300 kilograms.

It is also worth to know that Dimetrodon was not a dinosaur. It was a prehistoric reptile which is technically a type of reptile known as “pelycosaurs“. Dimetrodon was well adapted to a variety of habitats. The theory began due to the fact that fossils were discovered in North America and all over Europe.

Another interesting fact is that there are many different species of Dimetrodon dinosaur. It is estimated that there were 15 different species. If you would like to raise Dimetrodon, you would need to give him a large habitat, a source of water, and a very large amount of meat to eat. As can be seen, breeding this reptile would not be much different from breeding a crocodile.

For more information on this reptile, you can watch our VR Jurassic Encyclopedia #4 video and continue our VR 360 video education about dinosaurs. Come in and see how he lived, what you look like, and learn about it interesting.

VR Jurassic Encyclopedia #4 – Dimetrodon dinosaur facts VR 360 video education

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