Best Of The Best Basketball by Rachel Rutledge

By Rachel Rutledge

Discusses the earlier and way forward for women's basketball and provides biographies of 8 of the sport's most famed avid gamers: Cynthia Cooper, Teresa Edwards, Lisa Leslie, Rebecca Lobo, Nikki McCray, sunrise Staley, Kate Starbird, and Sheryl Swoopes.

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Their function is not known. Page 32 Hollow Lizards Most theropod dinosaurs fall into a subgroup of "hollow lizards," or Coelurosauria. They are named for their hollow bones. Coelurosaurs come in many shapes and with many interesting adaptations, and range in size from the very smallest to some of the biggest carnivorous dinosaurs of them all. 75 pounds NAME: Ornitholestes ("bird robber," once believed to have preyed upon the bird Archaeopteryx) GROUP: Coelurosauria WHEN IT LIVED: Late Jurassic WHERE IT LIVED: Wyoming, Utah SIZE: 6 feet long Chicken-sized Compsognathus, an early coelurosaur, is the smallest known dinosaur.

When swung, an Ankylosaurus tail club was just high enough to seriously wound the ankles of even the biggest meat-eating dinosaurs of the day. Page 81 Page 82 Bird Feet The Ornithopoda, or ''bird feet," were an advanced group of bird-hipped dinosaurs. In reality their feet were even less birdlike than those of theropods. Dino Facts NAME: Heterodontosaurus ("mixed-tooth lizard," because of its different kinds of teeth) GROUP: Heterodontosauridae WHEN IT LIVED: Late Triassic WHERE IT LIVED: South Africa SIZE: About 3 feet long NAME: Hypsilophodon ("highridged tooth") GROUP: Hypsilophodontidae: WHEN IT LIVED: Early Jurassic WHERE IT LIVED: England, Spain SIZE: 5 feet long, 140 pounds Ornithopods lived from the Late Triassic until almost the end of the Cretaceous.

Unlike later ornithischians, Lesothosaurus had no cheek teeth, which meant that since it had no cheeks to contain its food, it lost a lot of its dinner. Able to run very fast, Lesothosaurus probably spent much of its time fleeing from hungry meat-eaters. Page 71 Page 72 Shield Bearers The ''shield bearers," Thyreophora, were a very primitive ornithischian group, distinguished by their body armorscutes, plates, and spikes. Dino Facts NAME: Emausaurus ("ErnstMoritz-Arndt-Universität lizard") GROUP: Thyreophora WHEN IT LIVED: Early Jurassic WHERE IT LIVED: Germany SIZE: 7 feet long NAME: Scutellosaurus ("bony plate lizard") GROUP: Thyreophora WHEN IT LIVED: Early Jurassic WHERE IT LIVED: New Mexico, Arizona SIZE: 4 feet long NAME: Scelidosaurus ("ribbed lizard," because many ribs were found among its fossil remains) GROUP: Thyreophora WHEN IT LIVED: Early Jurassic WHERE IT LIVED: England, Arizona SIZE: 12 feet long The most primitive thyreophoran was Emausaurus.

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