The World of Dinosaurs is a LeapPad game available in Leap 3 including the interactive book and cartridge. It is also available in Leap 2. It teaches science with dinosaurs around the world with fossils and paleontology.

Table of ContentsEdit

  • Paleontology
  • Fossils
  • Triassic Period
    • Coelophysis
  • Jurassic Period
    • Stegosaurus
    • Diplodocus
  • Cretaceous Period
    • Oviraptor
    • Maiasaura
    • Tyrannosaurus Rex
    • Triceratops
    • Pteranodon
  • Dinosaur Discoveries
  • Extinction



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  • Coelophysis
  • Plateosaurus
  • Saltopus
  • Riojasaurus
  • Liliensternus
  • Eoraptor
  • Mussaurus
  • Herrerasaurus


  • Stegosaurus
  • Brachiosaurus
  • Compsognathus
  • Diplodocus
  • Ceratosaurus
  • Allosaurus
  • Megalosaurus
  • Apatosaurus (Brontosaurus)
  • Kentrosaurus
  • Archaeopteryx (not a dinosaur)
  • Dilophosaurus
  • Seismosaurus
  • Barosaurus
  • Heterodontosaurus
  • Lesothosaurus
  • Rhamphorhynchus (not a dinosaur)
  • Ichthyosaurus (not a dinosaur)
  • Plesiosaurus (not a dinosaur)


Early CretaceousEdit

  • Deinonychus
  • Iguanodon
  • Ouranosaurus
  • Baryonyx
  • Hypsilophodon

Late CretaceousEdit

  • Oviraptor
  • Protoceratops
  • Velociraptor
  • Maiasaura
  • Spinosaurus
  • Troodon (Stenonychosaurus)
  • Tyrannosaurus Rex
  • Corythosaurus
  • Ankylosaurus
  • Triceratops
  • Albertosaurus
  • Parasaurolophus
  • Pteranodon (not a dinosaur)
  • Elasmosaurus (not a dinosaur)
  • Pachycephalosaurus
  • Struthiomimus
  • Edmontonia
  • Tsintaosaurus
  • Euoplocephalus
  • Lambeosaurus
  • Styracosaurus
  • Edmontosaurus
  • Torosaurus
  • Ornithomimus
  • Quetzalcoatlus (not a dinosaur)
  • Mosasaurus (not a dinosaur)


Fossils of skeletons in the ground for digging are discovered around the world.

  • Coelophysis
  • Stegosaurus
  • Diplodocus
  • Oviraptor
  • Maiasaura
  • Tyrannosaurus Rex
  • Triceratops
  • Pteranodon


The Mesozoic Era has dinosaurs in three periods throughout the timeline.

  • Triassic
  • Jurassic
  • Cretaceous


Triassic PeriodEdit


Plateosaurus and Saltopus

Jurassic PeriodEdit


Brachiosaurus and Compsognathus


Ceratosaurus and Allosaurus

Cretaceous PeriodEdit


Protoceratops and Velociraptor


Spinosaurus and Troodon

Tyrannosaurus RexEdit

Corythosaurus and Ankylosaurus


Albertosaurus and Parasaurolophus


Elasmosaurus and Pachycephalosaurus


The paleontologist is a scientist studies fossils and digs up dinosaur bones. Paleontology is the study of fossils. The dinosaurs died out 65 million years ago. There are museums to put the skeletons in them on display.


The dinosaur skeletons are found all over the world when digging. There are skeletons of dinosaurs on display in the museums. There are shovels on the map of the world.


A Tyrannosaurus Rex and a herd of Parasaurolophus are in the Cretaceous period when a meteor hit the ground. The dinosaurs die out when becoming extinct when the earth was changing. The worlds were in the past with other prehistoric animals.

Map of the WorldEdit

The shovels are on the map of the world. The skeletons are on display in the museums. A world of museums have fossils. The bones are left in the reconstruction.


  • North America
  • South America
  • Europe
  • Asia
  • Africa
  • Oceania
  • Antarctica


There are Mesozoic worlds on the Earth in three periods with dinosaurs and other animals. The earth divides the supercontinent through history millions of years ago. The supercontinent Pangaea divides and becomes the modern world. The dinosaur skeletons are found in the museums on the continents.

Mesozoic Animals (Dinosaurs and Mesozoic Reptiles)Edit

Dinosaur World Continent Diet Pelvis Name
Albertosaurus Cretaceous North America Carnivore Lizard Alberta’s Lizard
Allosaurus Jurassic North America and Europe Carnivore Lizard Different Lizard
Ankylosaurus Cretaceous North America Herbivore Bird Fused Lizard
Brachiosaurus Jurassic North America and Africa Herbivore Lizard Arm Lizard
Ceratosaurus Jurassic North America, Europe, and Africa Carnivore Lizard Horned Lizard
Coelophysis Triassic North America Carnivore Lizard Hollow Form
Compsognathus Jurassic Europe Carnivore Lizard Elegant Jaw
Corythosaurus Cretaceous North America Herbivore Bird Helmet Lizard
Diplodocus Jurassic North America Herbivore Lizard Double Beam
Elasmosaurus Cretaceous North America Carnivore Swimming Reptile Thin-Plated Lizard
Maiasaura Cretaceous North America Herbivore Bird Good Mother Lizard
Oviraptor Cretaceous Asia Omnivore Lizard Egg Robber
Pachycephlaosaurus Cretaceous North America Herbivore Bird Thick Headed Lizard
Parasaurolophus Cretaceous North America Herbivore Bird Near Crest Lizard
Plateosaurus Triassic Europe Herbivore Lizard Flat Lizard
Protoceratops Cretaceous Asia Herbivore Bird Firt Horned Face
Pteranodon Cretaceous North America Carnivore Flying Reptile Winged And Toothless
Saltopus Triassic Europe Carnivore Lizard Hopping Foot
Spinosaurus Cretaceous Africa Carnivore Lizard Spine Lizard
Stegosaurus Jurassic North America and Europe Herbivore Bird Roof Lizard
Triceratops Cretaceous North America Herbivore Bird Three Horned Face
Troodon Cretaceous North America Carnivore Lizard Wounding Tooth
Tyrannosaurus Rex Cretaceous North America Carnivore Lizard Tyrant Lizard King
Velociraptor Cretaceous Asia Carnivore Lizard Speedy Thief


A paleontologist icon is at the bottom of the page to play a game.


  • The timeline is about the Mesozoic Era.
  • Pteranodon and Elasmosaurus aren't dinosaurs, they're reptiles.
  • The paleontologist studies fossils to display a skeleton in the museum.
  • The earth has the modern world on it.
  • A Parasaurolophus herd is with a Tyrannosaurus Rex.
  • The skeletons match to the dinosaurs.
  • The shovels are on the map of the world.
  • Geology is the history of the earth.
  • Dinosaur bones are all over the world.
  • There are twenty-two dinosaurs and two reptiles that are not dinosaurs.
  • Pteranodon is a flying reptile.
  • Elasmosaurus is a swimming reptile.
  • Twenty-four prehistoric animals are from the Mesozoic Era.
  • Paleontology is the study of fossils.
  • There are more dinosaurs around the world.
  • Shovels are used for digging fossils in the ground.
  • The paleontologist is seen in the introduction.
  • A map of the world has shovels marked on it.
  • There are two different versions in green and blue.
  • A meteor hit the earth and the dinosaurs died out.